L. S. v. Indiana Department of Child Services - 4/12/13

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Friday  April 12, 2013 
1:30 PM  EST

1:30 p.m. 49A02-1207-JT-604. Taylor University, Upland. L.S. (“Mother”) appeals the involuntary termination of her parental rights to her children, A.D.S. and A.S. (collectively, “the Children”). Due to concerns regarding Mother’s mental health, criminal behavior, and substance abuse, the Indiana Department of Child Services’ local office in Marion County (“MCDCS”) alleged that A.D.S., and subsequently A.S., were Children in Need of Services.  MCDCS later moved to terminate the parent-child relationship between Mother and the Children. Mother challenges whether there was sufficient evidence to support the trial court’s order terminating the parent-child relationship.

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