In a parents' action appealing from the juvenile court's order terminating their parental rights to their 3-year old daughter, the juvenile court's order is reversed and remanded for further proceedings where: 1) there was an undisputed Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) issue; and 2) the court lacked jurisdiction to rule on ICWA issue following its termination of rights, under Welf. & Inst. Code section 366.26(i)(1).

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Sep 01, 2021
Any contract is a set of promises that is legally enforceable. Breaking the agreements set by the contract can result in one party taking legal action against the other. If you negotiate a contract without…
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Aug 02, 2021
Kids get into a lot of mischief and seldom intend to cause serious harm or damage to property. Unfortunately, sometimes high jinks go too far and could lead to an encounter with the law. When that happens,…
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Jul 15, 2021
When vehicular homicide is charged, you need an experienced defense attorney. Vehicular homicide is a serious charge and can change your future permanently. You need an attorney who is experienced in fighting…
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Jun 01, 2021
Medical malpractice covers a broad range of actions or inactions that result in harm to those under the care of medical professionals. Although doctors, nurses and similar practitioners are only human…
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