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Filed on
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Summary: In this case the children were adjudicated under 43-247(3)(a) based upon the faults and habits of the father surrounding a domestic violence incident between the mother and the father. The factual basis for the adjudication included evidence that the father had been drinking prior to the...Read more
Filed on
Friday, November 14, 2014
SUMMARY: The active efforts standard in ICWA and NICWA applies at any point in an involuntary juvenile proceeding involving an Indian child at which a party is required to demonstrate its efforts to reunify or prevent the breakup of the family. In May 2013, David H.’s three minor children were...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
SUMMARY: Since the rights advisement at adjudication didn’t include termination of parental rights as a possible consequence, 43-292(6) cannot be a ground for termination. The evidence didn’t support the remaining TPR ground because there was no showing how the father’s prior drug use made him...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Summary: In determining a dispositional order it constitutes plain error for the court to consider juvenile court proceedings from another county over which is has no jurisdiction. Further, Neb. Ct. R. App. P. § 2-109(D)(1) requires that the appellant include a separate section for assignments of...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
SUMMARY: Subsequent disposition orders are not appealable where they are a continuation of the provisions of previous orders, even if the parent’s circumstances have changed. Mya, DOB 12/06, and Sunday, DOB 1/08, are the children of Nyamal. A 3a petition was filed on September 24, 2010. At the time...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
SUMMARY: Termination of parental rights was proper under Neb. Rev. Stat. 43-292(6) because the mother had been offered services including individual therapy, parenting time and case management but failed to correct the conditions to allow reunification. Americal, DOB 4/23/07, was removed from the...Read more
Filed on
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
SUMMARY: “To challenge a dispositional order entered by the juvenile court on the basis of an assertion that the permanency objection differs from the case plan proposed by DHHS and that such a ruling and plan so adopted is not the in the best interests of the children, [the parent] must present...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, October 18, 1996
SUMMARY: Where there are two parents with separate homes, the children can be removed from the home of the unfit parent at the adjudication hearing without prejudicing the other parent’s rights. Terry G., father of Amber G. and siblings, appealed order approving the case plan of the Department of...Read more
Filed on
Friday, March 24, 1995
SUMMARY: Adjudication of the child pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. section 43-247(3)(a) is contingent only upon the situation in which the child finds him or herself; the fault of the parent is not the issue. Prior to ordering a rehabilitation plan, the court must hold an evidentiary hearing to...Read more
 
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