Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Termination of Parental Rights – Neglect – Likelihood of Repetition – Failure to Pay Child SupportIn re J.E.M. The respondent-father made no effort to visit his son in the five months prior to the termination-of-parental rights hearing; the father met with a parenting class instructor only once, although parenting classes were part of his case plan and the father was only employed part-time. This evidence supports the trial court’s finding that past neglect would be repeated if the child were returned to respondent.
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Published: June 21, 2012
Time posted: 11:38 am
Tags: Domestic Relations, Failure to Pay Child Support, Likelihood of Repetition, Neglect, parent & child, termination of parental rights