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Niemeier, v. Judge The Honorable Renee A. Trial Court Cause Nos.
Concluding the juvenile court did not err and D. Twelve years later, on December 19,D.
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Adoptive Father alleged therein that D. A consent hearing was conducted on August 21, and at the close of testimony, the juvenile court found: Alright, at this time the Court finds that [D.
Given [D. On September 12,the juvenile court entered adoption decrees as well as findings of fact and conclusions of law1 on the issue of whether D.
The plea agreement also requires four 4 years of probation and includes a no contact order for [S. See Appealed Order at ; With few exceptions, the two documents are materially identical, and we have therefore combined the two documents for the sake of brevity.
According to [D. The Court took judicial notice of all Indiana criminal records for [D.
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Pursuant to IC 1 G2ror 3this court finds that the [Adoptive Father] has met his burden by clear and convincing evidence that: 1 [D. Appealed Order at ; Discussion and Decision I. Matter of Adoption of C. In re Adoption of S.
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In re the Adoption of T. The only remaining question to determine whether D. See Ind.
Because D. See, e.
Reid, N. We therefore view D. Regardless of which conclusion D. In re Adoption of M. In termination cases, we have held the juvenile court is required to look to the totality of the evidence to determine the best interests of. He cares for them.
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They adore him. II at Moreover, D.
Even then, a no contact order will prohibit D. Finally, there is no question that D. Conclusion  The juvenile court did not err in granting the adoption over D.
Accordingly, the judgment of the juvenile court is affirmed. Baker, J.