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Friday, June 13, 2014
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights was proper where the mother did not make notable progress in her case plan and continued to use methamphetamine daily. It was not a conflict of interest for the relative adoptive parent to work in the child support section of the county attorney office...Read more
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights was proper where the mother failed to complete dual-diagnosis treatment, failed to comply with drug testing, did not take prescribed medication, could not manage the children together during visits and failed to consistently participate in NA. Nathaniel, DOB...Read more
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Tuesday, December 17, 2013
SUMMARY: Adjudication was proper where the evidence established that the child’s stepparent pushed her, slapped her multiple times, called her stupid, threw her against a wall and pushed a heavy vase off a table toward her. Chelsea, age 16, got into a heated argument with her mother, Theresa, and...Read more
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Tuesday, June 18, 2013
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights was proper where over a period of time after an appellate reversal of termination the father did not make significant progress toward reunification nor show the desire to do so. Ray’Cine, DOB 5/07, and Dejan, DOB 1/09, have been in foster care since birth...Read more
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Tuesday, July 31, 2012
SUMMARY: The guardian ad litem’s failure to object to the parents’ motion to transfer the case to tribal court, even though he had earlier objected to the tribe’s similar motion, precludes the guardian ad litem from appealing the court’s approval to transfer and that, nevertheless, the burden of...Read more
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Tuesday, May 4, 2010
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights was proper under Neb. Rev. Stat. 43-292(6) because the mother had been offered services including individual therapy, parenting time and case management but failed to correct the conditions to allow reunification. Americal, DOB 4/23/07, was removed from the...Read more
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Friday, January 13, 2006
SUMMARY: Adjudication was proper in a case involving a father who knew about the juvenile court proceedings involving his son for nearly two years, but “failed to put himself in a position to safely assume the parental care, support or protection of” his son.Termination was appropriate since the...Read more
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