Unreported

IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF K.J.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Child’s best interest Mr. J. and Ms. T., appellants, challenge a judgment of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, sitting as a juvenile court, terminating their parental rights to their biological daughter K.J., ...

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IN RE: D.A.

Guardianship — Contested guardianship hearing — Ineffective assistance of counsel This appeal arises from termination of parental rights (TPR) proceedings involving D.A. in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, sitting as the Juvenile Court. Presently before this Court is the ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF S.T.

Guardianship — Termination of parental rights — Incarceration Mr. W., appellant, appeals the order of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as a juvenile court, terminating his parental rights to his biological son, S.T., and granting guardianship of S.T. ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF D.M. AND G.S.

Guardianship — Termination of parental rights — Ineffective assistance of counsel Appellant’s (Ms. S’s) parental rights to her two children were terminated at a Guardianship Hearing and granted to the Cecil County Department of Social Services (“CCDSS” or “the Department”). ...

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IN RE: D.R.M.H.

Guardianship — Special Immigrant Juvenile status — Neglect On February 16, 2016, appellant Orlim Martinez filed both a Petition for the Appointment of a Guardian of a Minor Person and a Motion for Findings of Special Immigrant Eligibility in the ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF K.L.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Psychologically incapable of parenting On January 26, 2015, the Department of Health and Human Services removed K.L.—who was just an infant at the time—from the legal and physical custody of her parents following ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF J.M.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Clear and convincing evidence Marcus L. (“Father”) challenges the termination of his parental rights as to his son, J.M., by the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, sitting as a juvenile court. The court ...

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