Montana Child Welfare Agency Made Active Efforts to Prevent Breakup of Indian Family

Vol 30 No 5

In re I.B., 2011 WL 1491902 (Mont.).


Evidence showed beyond a reasonable doubt that parents’ rights to Indian child should be terminated and that child welfare agency made active efforts to reunify the family. Numerous experts testified regarding parents’ failure to follow their treatment plans and their continued threat to child’s emotional and physical well-being, and agency made extensive efforts to promote reunification.

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