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California Court of Appeal, 04/05/2011
In re D.R., No. B224853
In an appeal arising from the termination of parental rights and summary denial of section 388 petitions, judgment of the juvenile court is affirmed where the interests and welfare of the child support termination and section 388 denial was not an abuse of discretion. Read more...

California Court of Appeal, 04/06/2011
F.T. v. L.J, No. D057493
In a child custody matter between a father and a previously abusive mother, order of trial court denying motion by father to relocate son is reversed where best interest of the child standard was misapplied. Read more...

California Court of Appeal, 04/07/2011
In re Z.W., No. C065746
In a dispute involving Welf. and Inst. Code section 366.26, order terminating parental rights of mother is affirmed as in line with the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) where ICWA noticing was valid because although the list of designated agents changed prior to the final ICWA compliance hearing, the last revised notices were mailed to the agents listed on a previous published list and received before a new list was published. Read more...

Court of Appeals of New York, 04/05/2011
In the Matter of Commr. of Social Servs., on Behalf of Maudlyn V.R., No. 123
In a child support proceeding involving the burden of proof, judgment of the lower court is affirmed where the Commissioner of Social Services was not required to prove that the award of public assistance to a mother was justified. Read more...

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