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Filed on
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
SUMMARY: The State proved by preponderance of the evidence that HHS custody was necessary for the child’s welfare where the mother had failed to rehabilitate herself in the two years of offered services following the removal of her three older children. The State removed Baby Boy R. (DOB: October...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
SUMMARY: The active efforts requirement of ICWA applies even after the children are returned home to the parent.Rehabilitation plan requirements on medical care were not relevant to the adjudication of inappropriate discipline. Shayla H., DOB 8/01, Shania H., DOB 8/03, and Tanya H., DOB 9/04, were...Read more
Filed on
Friday, December 6, 2013
SUMMARY: Changing the mother’s reunification plan from continuing high school when she was under 19 to actively pursuing a GED as a condition of reunification after she turned 19 was a material change and therefore appealable. Nyamal is the mother of Mya, age 4, and Sunday, age 2, and in July 2010...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
SUMMARY: An order that merely extends the time a previous placement order is applicable, denies a motion for visitation and does not change the essential parts of the permanency plan regarding family preservation or prevent the father from working on the rehabilitation plan is not a final and...Read more
Filed on
Thursday, April 25, 2013
SUMMARY: The juvenile court ordering of the mother to complete a pre-treatment assessment and authorizing the release of her mental health records to DHHS were not reasonable because there is no showing of any need for parental rehabilitation where the adjudication of no fault was based only on the...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
SUMMARY: Termination was in the children’s best interest where the mother failed to comply with the rehabilitation plan despite assistance from state workers, which included additional efforts addressing cultural barriers. Dut A., DOB 1/96, and Akon A., DOB 11/99 were removed from the care of the...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
SUMMARY: The absence of the guardian ad litem during the termination trial was not plain error. Because the father was not provided with a case plan until late in the case and there was little evidence establishing his failure to comply, termination of his parental rights was improper. The children...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
SUMMARY: The mother’s consistent and substantial progress in the 17 months between the filing of the termination petition and the completion of the TPR trial make it error to terminate her parental rights. Dannie, DOB 10/30/02, was removed from her mother Michelle on April 26, 2004, after she...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
SUMMARY: Termination was in the children’s best interests because the mother did not make significant progress toward rehabilitation and reunification and the children need safety and permanency that the mother cannot provide. The children, Jesse (DOB 9/23/96), Gabriel (DOB 9/29/98), Seth (DOB 3/29...Read more
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Tuesday, February 27, 2007
SUMMARY: Retaining jurisdiction over the children was in their best interests because “the permanency goal ha[d] not been met and the family’s lack of financial stability is directly related to their inability to care for their home and children.” The recommendations of the LB1184 team, which...Read more


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