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Termination of Parental Rights
Com., Cabinet for Health and Family Services v. C.V. et al., 192 S.W.3d 703 (Ky.App. 2006) Issue and Holding: Whether the trial court erred in finding that the Cabinet was required to amend its permanency goal in district court prior to filing a petition for termination of parental rights. The Court held yes, the trial...
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Com., Cabinet for Health and Family Services v. A.A.W.K., et al., 199 S.W.3d 199 (Ky.App. 2006) Issue and Holding: Whether the Cabinet can appeal an order denying a petition to involuntarily terminate parental rights. The Court held no, KRS 625.110 does not allow such appeals. Facts: The Cabinet appealed from a family court order denying...
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Cabinet for Health and Family Services, et al v. A.G.G. and W.E.G., 190 S.W.3d 338 (Ky. 2006) Issues and Holdings: 1. Whether the evidence was sufficient to terminate parental rights. The Court held yes, the evidence was sufficient.
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Issue and Holding: Whether the Cabinet for Health and Family Services failed to offer sufficient evidence to support a finding of medical and educational neglect. The Court found that the Cabinet failed to present sufficient evidence.
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Janet Janghahr’s Florida Divorce Law Blog: reports: “An adoption agency notified a biological father that his baby was going to be adopted. That was how the biological father allegedly first learned of the child’s existence. By that time, the baby was two months old and had been living since he was three days old with...
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In a story in yesterday’s Lexington Herald-Leader, the recent unpublished opinion of V.S. v. Commonwealth was the topic. It is newsworthy because of the ongoing investigation into “quick-trigger” adoptions.
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