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Filed on
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
SUMMARY: Termination of the father’s parental rights was improper because while he violated his parole and was returned to prison, the violation was only due to failing to visit his parole officer, and he had regular visits with the children prior to re-incarceration and had supported the children...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
SUMMARY: Termination of the father’s parental rights was proper where he did not live with or support the child prior to removal, was incarcerated for two years, and had made many poor life decisions that placed him in a poor position to be able to parent. Hayden, DOB 1/08, was removed from his...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
SUMMARY: Termination of the father’s parental rights was proper where he was incarcerated for much of the child’s life, failed to visit or have contact with the child and failed to intervene in the case. Dayton, DOB 6/07, went under the legal guardianship of his maternal grandmother, Ivy, when he...Read more
Filed on
Thursday, May 3, 2012
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights was proper where the father had been incarcerated for a full term of almost 50 years and had failed to contact or provide for the child. Jaylyn, DOB 10/08, was removed from the mother’s home in October 23, 2009. The mother’s parental rights were eventually...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights on the ground of abandonment and substantial neglect through incarceration was improper because there was no concrete evidence that established the length of incarceration and that the mother abandoned the child. To have records from a prior proceeding...Read more
Filed on
Friday, January 25, 2002
SUMMARY: A separate hearing is not required when a parent challenges the provision of reasonable efforts under Neb. Rev. Stat. section 43-283.01. Although incarceration cannot alone be a basis for termination, the court may consider the facts that led to the incarceration and the parent’s inability...Read more
Filed on
Friday, April 3, 1992
SUMMARY: The physical presence of a parent at the hearing to terminate parental rights is unnecessary so long as the parent has been provided procedural due process. Parental incarceration may be considered in reference to abandonment as a basis for termination of parental rights under 43-292(1). L...Read more
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