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In re L.L.

Court of Appeals of Texas, Seventh District, Amarillo

January 27, 2014

IN THE INTEREST OF L.L., A CHILD

On Appeal from the 108th District Court Potter County, Texas Trial Court No. 82, 798-E, Honorable Douglas Woodburn, Presiding

Before QUINN, C.J., and CAMPBELL and HANCOCK, JJ.

MEMORANDUM OPINION

PER CURIAM

Pending before the court is the joint motion of appellant, A.L., and appellee, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (Department). Therein, the parties request that the trial court's judgment be reversed to the extent that it terminates the parental relationship between A.L. and his child L.L. The request is made because the Department concedes that it summarily terminated A.L.'s parental rights via an inapplicable statutory procedure and that A.L. has the right to require the Department to prove formal grounds warranting termination.

Because of the Department's concession, we reverse that portion of the trial court's judgment terminating A.L.'s parental relationship with L.L. In all other things, the judgment is ...


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