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Domestic Relations –Termination of Parental Rights – Sufficiency of Evidence – Willful Failure to Make Reasonable Progress (access required)

Sufficient evidence existed to support trial court’s finding that parents demonstrated a willful failure to make reasonable progress, where trial court was limited to considering parents’ progress up to the adjudicatory hearing after parents moved for a bifurcated hearing. We affirm the trial court’s judgment terminating respondents’ parental rights to their minor children. DSS became involved with ...

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