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Filed on
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
SUMMARY: Termination of a father’s parental rights was in the children’s best interests where the father did not successfully address his substance abuse and made no progress toward reunification. On October 27, 2010, The State filed a petition as to Angel (DOB 1/2003) following reports of domestic...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
SUMMARY: Termination of a father’s parental rights was proper where there was evidence that the father had little contact with his son and did not participate in services. In addition, the termination of a mother’s parental rights was supported by evidence that the mother failed to put herself in a...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
SUMMARY: Requirement in a rehabilitation plan that the mother actively pursue a high school diploma or a GED diploma was not reasonably related to the conditions on which the adjudication had been obtained when the children were adjudicated because the mother left the children with an inappropriate...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
SUMMARY: An order determining a change in the permanency plan to adoption but keeping the same rehabilitation plan for the mother is not a final order. Christina R. is the mother of Lea D. (DOB 10/94), Charlie D. (DOB 1/97), Sierra R. (DOB 11/00), and Tayla R. (DOB 9/08). The father is not involved...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
SUMMARY: The mother did not challenge DHHS parameters on visitation or timely appeal the court’s order permitting DHHS’ restrictions, and her argument therefore has no merit on appeal. Termination of parental rights was proper as to all children as the mother did not truly begin working on her...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
SUMMARY: Termination was in the children’s best interests because the mother did not substantially comply with the rehabilitation plan in the 20 months the children were out of the home, as she made minimal progress in addressing her parenting issues, did not undergo random drug testing, continued...Read more
Filed on
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
Filed on
Friday, December 18, 1998
SUMMARY: An order declining to establish a rehabilitation plan is a final, appealable order. Declining to adopt a rehabilitation plan was not in error where the parents refuse to acknowledge the severity of the child’s injuries and the child requires constant care in an institutionalized setting...Read more
Filed on
Friday, January 31, 1997
SUMMARY: If a parent files a timely appeal to a final order, the juvenile court does not have jurisdiction to consider the termination of the parent’s parental rights while the appeal is pending. However, an order that merely extends prior orders is not a final, appealable order. Evidence that a...Read more
Filed on
Friday, March 12, 1993
SUMMARY: Neb. Rev. Stat. section 43-285(2), which provides that a party must prove by a preponderance of evidence that the proposed DHHS case plan is not in the child’s best interests in order for the court to disapprove it, is not unconstitutional as applied in this case because the mother never...Read more


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