Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Termination of Parental Rights – Entry of Order – Motion for ReviewIn re B.S.O. After a hearing on a motion to terminate respondents’ parental rights, but before the trial court entered an order on the motion, the respondent-mother moved to re-open the evidence. Because the trial court mistakenly believed it had entered an order terminating respondents’ parental rights at the conclusion of the termination hearing, the court abused its discretion by denying the mother’s motion for review.
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