In re Adoption of Douglas

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These cases were appeals of consolidated care and protection petitions concerning six children. The biological mother of the six children, the biological father of the two oldest children, and four of the children appealed from the provisions of decrees of the juvenile court denying parental visitation after termination of the parental rights of the mother, father, and the biological father of the four younger children. The Supreme Judicial Court affirmed the juvenile court judge’s orders denying posttermination or postadoption parental visitation, holding that there was no error in the judge’s decrees in this case. View "In re Adoption of Douglas" on Justia Law

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