New Cases – TPR, Timeliness, Jurisdiction

Posted on | October 3, 2012 | No Comments | megbishop

Dept. of Human Services v. T.M.M. – A long history of DHS involvement, continued opioid abuse that caused serious harm to the children, a best case scenario of being able to parent in seven months and children who have significant behavioral problems warrants termination of parental rights.

Dept. of Human Services v. W.S.C. – The court cannot make a remedy for untimeliness in filing an appeal when the statute does not allow for it.  In addition, ORS 419B.200 comports with due process requirements of fundamental fairness.

Dept. of Human Services v. D.M. – Where there is no longer a current threat of harm based on the allegations in the jurisdictional judgment, it follows that jurisdiction must be dismissed.


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