Welfare of H.S. 94 Wn.App.511, 973 P.2d 474 (1999)

Welfare of H.S.


Action to terminate parental rights over a child who was removed from her parents' home at the age of three months under an agreed order of dependency. The Court of Appeals held that there was sufficient evidence in the record to establish that the parents' chronic mental illnesses rendered them incapable of parenting the child, that certain provisions of the parental rights termination statute were not unconstitutional, and that the parents' due process rights were not violated, the court

affirms the judgment (Div. III, 1999).

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 9th Circuit, Washington | United States

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