One published family law opinion from Ky Court of Appeals September 13, 2013

M.L.C.
v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
 
Termination of parental rights reversed where findings did not cite any
evidence supporting what reunification efforts were made nor how termination
was in children’s best interest and appeared to rely on incarceration alone.

M.L.C.
v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
 
Termination of parental rights reversed where findings did not cite any
evidence supporting what reunification efforts were made nor how termination
was in children’s best interest and appeared to rely on incarceration alone.

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