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Filed on
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
SUMMARY: In adjudication cases, the proof required for active efforts under ICWA is by a preponderance of the evidence. Active efforts were provided in this case; however, removal of the children was improper because there was not evidence of serious emotional damage as required under ICWA. A court...Read more
Filed on
Friday, December 14, 2012
SUMMARY: The court’s order for DHHS to pay opposing counsel’s attorneys fees was improper because failure to send reports prior to the hearing is not direct contempt and thus requires reasonable notice and opportunity to be heard. A petition was filed as to the children on October 22, 2010, and a...Read more
Filed on
Friday, December 21, 2007
SUMMARY: If a child no longer comes within the meaning of the statute under which he was adjudicated, a juvenile court may terminate jurisdiction without consideration of the best interests of the child. Kevin K. was adjudicated on April 22, 2005 under N.R.S. 43-247(3)(b) upon a finding that he had...Read more
Filed on
Friday, December 21, 2007
SUMMARY: If a child no longer comes within the meaning of the statute under which he was adjudicated, a juvenile court may terminate jurisdiction without consideration of the best interests of the child. Kevin K. was adjudicated on April 22, 2005 under N.R.S. 43-247(3)(b) upon a finding that he had...Read more
 
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