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Coultren - d: Below are my notes on Rebecca. Andrew Blair was nearby. Alexander Blair must have first been married to Rebecca Brown. Then in married Nancy Huff. Hiram Blair born Hiram Blair was in tax list in Washington County, Xxx.

Hiram is 34, born in Tennessee. Amanda Q Elizabeth Daniel S. In in Polk County, MO: Next to Thomas Wright and Josiah Wright.

Blair who was next to Joseph Josiah? InHiram Blair was in their household. I have an ancestor born in Polk County Springfielr Priscilla. Her death record says her mother's maiden name was Tennesssee hard to read the first name--starts with "L. Both of the parents were born in Tennessee. Thought Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 see if this rings a bell in someone else's family tree.

Sorting out the Browns is a Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36.

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Here is what Tenhessee have, including Reuben Smith. In Illinois Greene County, Illinois, was established in Jersey County was established in from a portion of Greene County. Land books in Jersey County show former Greene County transactions. John is brother of Susan.

Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 Mary was born in in Illinois and is no doubt daughter of Reuben and his first wife, a Brown. Nehemiah married Caroline; Children: Mary, Martha, ] April 21, Thomas Gillihan and his wife Lucy Gillihan sold the two above 80 acre tracts of land to Richmond Henderson.

The deed was recorded March 3, Witnesses were Samuel Brown and Alford Carpenter. In it she says: They came inthree years before Polk County was organized. The men are in the Greene County, MO, tax list.

John Wright and Jane Brown were married inprobably in Tennessee. John was born in the s and died March 8, Jane was born about and lived nearly another 20 years after John died, dying April 15, and is buried in Brown Cemetery. They belonged to the Methodist Church. Four sons and five sons-in-law served Want to watch the game tomorrow the Union Army in the Civil War. They had 14 children; two died young, names unknown.

Although researchers have studied these families for years, if records exist proving how these families are connected, they have not yet been located. The research began Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 a simple family tradition: Smith, father of John Smith the first white child born in Polk County.

Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 additional work, the male heads of household selected for concentrated study include John Wright cReuben SmithThomas GillihanAlexander Blair and Hezekiah Brown It is immediately apparent that four of the five appear to be of the same generation. We know from federal census records that, except for Alexander Blair, the families followed the same migration pattern—Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri.

Those same men can be found on the census Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 Greene County, Illinois, p. They can all be tracked back from there to Jackson County, Tennessee—a badly burned county. Although Alexander Blair was not on the tax lists of Greene County, Missouri, he did appear on the first tax list of Polk, taken about or The families are related through their wives.

John Wright married Jane Brown b. Alexander Blair—son George W. Blair Hezekiah Brown b.

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Reuben Ree left 3 children. He married Tennesswe on 20 Oct. IL to Vina [Lavina] Cammon. No direct evidence for relationships exists. Interestingly, when one rebuilds the neighborhoods in Jackson County, Tennessee all of these individuals are found in the state land entries on the Sprngfield fork of Indian Creek.

Recreating a neighborhood is just one way of building evidence to connect families. Thomas died two years later. Routh John B. William Webb[Husband of J. Hensley, William Griffin Harrison city PA, Section Gid Gillihan [Gideon B.

His daughter Mary Elizabeth married Hugh C. She immediately went Spirngfield live with Justin Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36. The couple had long been involved in caring for Victoria L. On September 24,the juvenile court held Tennessew day-long bench trial on the joint termination petition and Jamie F.

She confirmed most of the charges leveled against her in the joint termination petition. She acknowledged her repeated incarcerations and run-ins with the law, her extensive history of drug abuse, and her chronic failure to support her children financially even when she was able to do so. She also acknowledged two car accidents, multiple traffic tickets, and lengthy suspensions Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 her driver's license.

Seeking a true fwb sweet honest conceded that she had been evicted twice while Victoria L. She stated that she had had two "nervous breakdowns" and suffered from severe panic attacks. The only allegation of the joint termination petition that Jamie F. According to Jamie F. She blamed everyone but herself for her legal problems.

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For example, she maintained that her accomplice in the February kidnaping and robbery was solely responsible for those crimes and that she pled guilty only because she had a bad lawyer and was "tricke[d]. In addition, she refused to take responsibility for her history of chronic drug abuse Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 her repeated failure to Tennessde advantage of Tennesswe programs so that she could free herself from addiction Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 become a fit parent for her children.

She explained that Albany real girls fuck chose not to pay child Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 even when she had the ability to do so because she "felt as though they [i.

In his extremely brief testimony, he corroborated Jamie F. No other member of Jamie F. The remaining witnesses at the termination trial all supported the position of the guardians ad litem that Jamie F.

Their testimony established that both children were happy and well-adjusted and that they were living in stable, loving homes where their physical and emotional needs were being met. In addition, they testified that they Sprkngfield it was important to Audrey S.

Their testimony also established that with one exception, [20] neither child had asked about Jamie Mardied. The testimony of these witnesses established their long-term dedication to the welfare of Audrey S. They testified that they intended to file a petition to adopt Victoria L. Following the conclusion of the termination trial, the juvenile court entered two thorough, well written orders on October 7, and November 11, terminating Jamie F. The juvenile court found clear and convincing evidence of the existence of three statutory grounds for termination: After considering the nine statutory factors listed in Tenn.

The juvenile court granted the guardians ad litem's joint termination petition and denied Jamie F. A biological parent's right Tennesee to the care and custody of his or her child is among the oldest of msrried judicially recognized liberty interests protected by the Due Process Clauses of the federal and Pussy from Santa luzia constitutions.

While this right is fundamental and superior to the claims of other persons and the Tennesssee, it is not absolute.

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Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 Xxc Dep't of Children's Servs. It continues without Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 only as long as a parent has not relinquished it, abandoned it, or engaged in conduct requiring its limitation or termination. Termination proceedings in Tennessee are governed by statute.

Parties who have standing to seek the termination of a biological parent's parental rights must prove two things.

First, they must prove the existence of at least one of the statutory grounds for termination. Second, they must prove that terminating the parent's parental rights is in the child's best interests.

No civil action carries with it graver consequences than a petition to sever family ties irretrievably and forever. Because the stakes are so profoundly high, Tenn.

This heightened burden of proof minimizes the risk of erroneous decisions. Evidence satisfying the Girls seeking sex mesa Climax and convincing evidence standard establishes that the truth of the facts Ladies looking nsa Plymouth Wisconsin 53073 is highly probable, State Dep't of Children's Servs.

It produces in a fact-finder's mind a firm belief or conviction regarding Sprinffield truth of the facts sought to be established. Because of the gravity of their consequences, proceedings to terminate parental rights require individualized decision making.

In re Swanson, 2 S. These specific findings of fact and conclusions of law facilitate appellate review and promote just and speedy resolution of appeals.

Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 a lower court has failed to comply with Tenn. The heightened burden of proof required by Tenn. First, we must review the trial court's specific findings of fact de novo in accordance with Tenn.

Thus, each of the trial court's specific factual findings will be presumed to be correct unless the evidence preponderates otherwise. Second, we must determine whether the facts, either as found by the trial court or as supported by the marired of the evidence, clearly and convincingly establish the elements required to terminate a biological parent's parental rights.

Any one of the nine statutory grounds for termination of parental rights listed in Tenn. The juvenile court relied on three of the statutory grounds in terminating Jamie F. Inthe Tennessee General Assembly enacted a comprehensive revision of Tennessee's adoption statutes. Prior to that time, there were statutes relating to the termination of parental rights in different parts of the code, and significant aspects of the law could be found only in court decisions.

The Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 ground listed in the statute, and the one most frequently relied on, is abandonment. Prior to the legislation, Tennessee law defined abandonment in a variety of ways.

The General Assembly expressly disapproved the definition of abandonment developed by the courts Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 use in adoption proceedings. The juvenile court found that Jamie F. The concept of "willfulness" is at the core of the statutory definition Maeried abandonment. A parent cannot be found to have abandoned a child under Tenn. In the statutes governing the termination of parental rights, "willfulness" does not require the same standard of culpability as is required by the penal code.

Nor does it require malevolence or ill will. In re Adoption of a Minor, Mass. Willful conduct consists of Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 or failures to act that are intentional or voluntary rather than accidental or inadvertent. In re Mazzeo, F. Skyline Mobile Homes, 99 IdahoP. Conduct is "willful" if it is the product of free will rather than coercion. Failure to visit or support a child is "willful" when a person is aware of his or her duty to visit or support, has the capacity to do so, makes no attempt to do so, and has no justifiable excuse for not doing so.

Failure to visit or Ladies seeking sex Brainardsville New York support is Tennessfe excused by another person's conduct unless the conduct actually prevents the person with the obligation from performing his or her duty, In re Adoption of Springffield, Ark. Thus, attempts by others to Housewives looking casual sex North Middletown Kentucky or impede a parent's visitation do not provide justification for the parent's failure to support the child financially.

The Sprinvfield of particular conduct depends upon the actor's intent. Intent is seldom capable of direct proof, and triers-of-fact lack the ability to peer into a person's mind to assess intentions or motivations.

In re Adoption of S. Accordingly, Sexy wife want hot sex Wrexham Maelor must infer intent from the circumstantial evidence, including a person's actions or conduct. See Johnson City v. It is undisputed that the children's fathers refused to allow them to be brought to the prison for visitation with Jamie Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36.

Accordingly, the juvenile Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 erred in finding that Jamie F. The juvenile court also found that Jamie F. This definition contains two distinct tests for abandonment. These additional tests for abandonment apply only if a parent is incarcerated Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 or near the time of the filing of the termination petition.

This test tracks the language of the first statutory definition of abandonment but shifts the focus from the four-month period immediately preceding the filing of the termination petition to the four-month period immediately preceding the parent's incarceration. The concept of "willfulness" is the same under both provisions. The second test asks whether the parent "has engaged in conduct prior to incarceration which exhibits a wanton disregard for the welfare of the child.

This test has no analog in the first statutory definition of abandonment, and it is not expressly limited to any particular four-month period. The General Assembly's decision to provide two additional tests for abandonment for incarcerated or recently incarcerated parents reflects, in part, the difficulties inherent in proving that a parent has willfully failed to visit or support a child for four consecutive months when the parent was incarcerated during all or part of that time.

Incarceration necessarily restricts a prisoner's freedom of movement, and many prisoners have Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 resources with which to continue paying child support once their crimes and resulting imprisonment have forced them to forfeit their regular jobs. Thus, the parent's incarceration provides a ready-made excuse for his or her failure to visit or support the child during the four-month period made relevant by the first statutory definition of abandonment.

Incarceration severely compromises a parent's ability to perform his or her parental duties. A parent's decision to engage in conduct that carries with it the risk of incarceration is itself indicative that the parent may not be fit to care for the child. Taxonomy of Children's Rights, 11 WM.

However, parental incarceration is not an infallible predictor of parental unfitness. An incarcerated or recently incarcerated parent can be found guilty of abandonment only if the court finds, by clear and convincing evidence, that the parent's pre-incarceration conduct displayed a wanton disregard for the welfare of the child.

Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36, the parent's incarceration serves only as a triggering mechanism that allows the court to Hot lady looking sex Cheyenne a closer look at the child's situation to determine whether the parental behavior that resulted in incarceration is part of a Hokes Charlestown girl naked pattern of conduct that renders the parent unfit or poses a risk of substantial harm to the welfare of the child.

The juvenile court specifically found that during the four-month period between October 8, and February 8,Jamie F. On the issue of willfulness, the juvenile court rejected Jamie F.

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This argument is meritless. The juvenile court obviously disbelieved Jamie F. We accord great weight to a trial court's decisions regarding the credibility of the witnesses who have testified before it.

In addition, having reviewed the trial transcript in great detail, we find it unsurprising that the juvenile court found Jamie F. This amounts to nothing more than token visitation. In a similar vein, even if we were to credit Jamie F. Thus, the record on appeal contains clear and convincing evidence that Jamie F.

Accordingly, we affirm the juvenile court's finding that Jamie F. The juvenile court specifically Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 that Jamie Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36. However, she argues that these facts do not provide clear and convincing evidence that she engaged in pre-incarceration conduct which exhibited a wanton disregard for the welfare of Audrey S. The first issue is resolved by reference to our prior case law. In this case, all of these elements are present. Thus, the juvenile court did not err in finding that Jamie F.

The second issue is not so easily resolved by reference to our prior case law. In three cases, this court has stated, without analysis, that trial courts can consider only Horny Tillamook teens parent's behavior in the four months immediately preceding the parent's incarceration in determining whether a parent has engaged in pre-incarceration conduct which exhibits a wanton disregard for the welfare of the child.

In practice, we have not followed this rule with any consistency. In one of Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 cases that stated the rule, it is clear from the opinion of the court that we did not confine our inquiry to the four months immediately preceding the parent's incarceration.

In another case stating the rule, it is unclear from the court's opinion Hot indian phone sex in Syracuse New York we actually followed it. There are only two cases in which it is clear that we have followed the rule announced in these cases. The issue is one of statutory interpretation. The responsibility for determining what a statute means rests with the courts.

We must ascertain and then give the fullest possible effect to the General Assembly's purpose in enacting the statute as reflected in the statute's language.

In doing so, we must avoid constructions that unduly expand or restrict the statute's application. Our goal is to construe a statute in a way that avoids conflict and facilitates the harmonious operation of the law. Our construction of a statute is more likely to conform with the General Assembly's purpose if we approach the statute presuming that the General Assembly chose its words purposely and deliberately, Tidwell v.

Thus, we must construe statutes as we find them, Jackson v. Gulf Life Holding Co. Estate of Bain, 5 S. We must give a statute's words their natural and ordinary meaning unless the context in which they are used requires otherwise. Because words are known by the company they keep, State ex rel. Checker Cab Transit Corp. Statutes, however, are not always free from ambiguity. One of the sources that we frequently look to for guidance is the statute's legislative history. BlueCross BlueShield of Tenn.

We must be cautious about consulting legislative history. A statute's meaning must be grounded in its text. Thus, comments made during the General Assembly's debates cannot provide a basis for a construction that is not rooted in the statute's text.

When a statute's text and the comments made during a legislative debate diverge, the text controls. The text of Tenn. It begins by describing the class of people to whom the statute applies:. Next, the statute describes two distinct categories of parental behavior that amount to abandonment when engaged in by a person who falls within the designated class: These categories have two salient features.

Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36, each category has its own behavioral element: Second, each category contains its own temporal element: The inclusion of the phrase "prior to incarceration" in the second category would have been superfluous if the General Assembly had intended the phrase "for four 4 consecutive months immediately preceding such parent's or guardian's incarceration" to apply to both categories of conduct.

Thus, a close examination of the statutory text reveals that the limiting phrase "for four 4 consecutive months immediately preceding such parent's or guardian's incarceration" was intended to apply only to the first category of conduct. We see no reason to depart from the plain meaning of the text. The Tennessee Supreme Court has not yet provided an authoritative interpretation of this provision, and our precedents on the issue are inconsistent.

Moreover, we see no constitutional difficulty in applying the statute as it is written. If parental conduct which exhibits a wanton disregard for the welfare of a child can constitutionally form a ground for the termination of parental rights, it would appear to be of no moment whether that conduct occurred during the four months immediately preceding the parent's incarceration or at some earlier point in time.

Thus, the juvenile court did not err in relying on Jamie F. The juvenile court also relied on Tenn. This ground for termination, which is commonly referred to Horny divorced women ready true dating site "persistence of conditions," applies where:. The juvenile court effectively removed Audrey S. The juvenile court effectively removed Victoria L.

She warns that if the orders removing Audrey S. The statutory text provides no basis for the broad categorical exception urged by Jamie F. It does, however, suggest a narrower limitation on the scope of this ground for termination of parental rights.

The statute refers both to the original "conditions which led to the child's removal" and to "other conditions" which in all reasonable probability would cause a child to be subjected to " further abuse and neglect. The reference to "further" abuse and neglect suggests, albeit obliquely, that the statute was intended to apply only where the prior court order of removal was based on a judicial finding of abuse or neglect.

The historical development of the statute also suggests that it was intended to be limited to cases in which the prior order of removal was based on a judicial finding of dependency, neglect, or abuse.

The General Assembly created the ground for termination of parental rights that is presently codified at Tenn. However, the law did not authorize termination of parental rights based solely on a judicial finding of dependency, neglect, or abuse.

Following a judicial finding of dependency, neglect, or abuse, a court could declare a child to Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 an "abandoned child" and terminate the parent's Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 rights only if it found that the parent subsequently "made Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 effort to provide a suitable home" for the child, displayed "a lack of concern as to the child's welfare," and "failed Looking for sex in El monte achieve a degree of personal rehabilitation as would indicate that, at some future date, [he or she] would provide a suitable home for the child.

Thus, children removed from their parents' custody because they were dependent, neglected, or abused were often caught in a legal whipsaw. They could not be returned to their parents, because their parents had not improved to the point of being able to provide them with a suitable home, but they could not be adopted into stable and permanent homes either, because as long as their parents made some effort, however minimal, to improve, their parental rights could not be terminated.

These children often languished for years in state custody or foster care until Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 simply "aged out" of the system. The express purpose Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 the legislation was to "protec[t] Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 legislation recognized the critical role of permanence and stability in allowing a child to overcome the often devastating effects of dependency, neglect, and Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 by creating a new Lonely woman wants real sex Racine for termination of parental rights.

This new ground for termination of parental rights assigned lasting significance to a judicial finding of dependency, neglect, or abuse and broadened the law's almost exclusive focus on the behavior and wishes of the parent to include consideration of the effects of prolonged state custody or foster care on the welfare of the child. Act of May 18,ch. Unlike the then existing ground for termination contained in Tenn. In addition, the new ground asked whether the child could be returned to the parent "in the near future," Act of May 18,ch.

Acts atrather than whether the child might be able to be returned "at some future date," Tenn. We reject Jamie F. However, we hold, based on the statutory text and its historical development, that Tenn. Accordingly, we must now determine whether the March 28, order removing Audrey S.

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The Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 28, temporary custody order and preceding restraining order were entered in a dependency and neglect proceeding, but they were not based on a judicial finding that Audrey S. The statutes and rules governing procedure in the juvenile courts provide for three types of hearings in cases where a child is alleged to be dependent, neglected, or abused: The function of the adjudicatory hearing is to determine whether the allegations of dependency, neglect, or abuse are true.

The Tennessee Rules of Evidence apply, Tenn.

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The purpose of the dispositional hearing, which Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 the adjudicatory hearing, is to determine the proper placement for marrier child who has been found to be dependent, neglected, or abused. As its name implies, a preliminary hearing occurs prior to both the adjudicatory hearing and the dispositional hearing. Its function is to allow the juvenile court to decide whether the child should be removed from the parent's custody pending the adjudicatory hearing.

The juvenile court is allowed to consider reliable hearsay in making its decision, Tenn. The March 28, temporary custody order resulted from a preliminary hearing, not an adjudicatory hearing, and the restraining order was designed merely to preserve the status quo in advance of the preliminary hearing. The temporary custody Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 contains an implicit judicial finding of probable cause that Audrey S.

It does not contain a finding, either explicit or implicit, that Audrey S.

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The juvenile court never held an adjudicatory hearing marriev Wilma S. Accordingly, the juvenile court erred in relying on Tenn. The March Ladies looking casual sex West Fairlee Vermont, restraining order that prevented Jamie F.

The juvenile court's March 30, restraining order does not contain an explicit or implicit finding that Victoria L.

The juvenile marriev entered several orders continuing Justin L. The Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 court's October 17, order granting Justin L. This ground applies where:. In addition, she concedes that both Audrey S. Nevertheless, she argues that the juvenile court erred in terminating her parental rights on this ground because she has filed a petition for post-conviction relief in the criminal courts, and her petition may ultimately be successful.

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Thus, we have repeatedly recognized that Tennesse court considering a petition for termination of parental rights based on Tenn. If the mere possibility that a conviction might be reversed, or a sentence reduced, at some point in the future were sufficient to defeat the application of this ground for termination of parental rights, then Tenn.

We do not believe that the General Assembly intended this result.

Accordingly, we must now decide whether the juvenile court correctly determined that terminating Jamie F. The ultimate goal Tenbessee every proceeding involving the care and custody of a child is to ascertain and promote the child's best interests.

However, as important as these interests are, they do not dominate every phase of a termination of parental rights proceeding. The best interests of the child do not Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 the paramount consideration until the trial court has determined that the parent is unfit based on clear and convincing evidence of one or more of the grounds for termination Swinger partyin Pickering in Tenn.

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Tenessee Once a parent has been found to be unfit, the interests of the parent and the child diverge. While the parent's interests do not evaporate upon a finding of unfitness, Santosky v. While a finding of parental unfitness is a necessary prerequisite to the termination of parental rights, a finding of unfitness does not necessarily require that the parent's rights be terminated.

Not all parental Springfiel is irredeemable. Thus, Tennessee's termination of parental rights statutes recognize the possibility that terminating an unfit parent's parental rights is not always in the child's best interests.

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The concept of the child's best Submissive females to train evolved in the context of divorce proceedings and has now migrated from legal discourse into popular culture.

What is best for children depends on values and norms upon which reasonable persons can differ. Thus, critics of the best interests of the child standard often point out that its non-specificity leads to unpredictable and inconsistent outcomes. Artis, Judging the Best Interests of the Child: However, others have pointed out that the courts' persistent reliance on the best interests of the child standard suggests that no more appealing formulation is likely Sluty women Germany be offered and that it is not much less workable than other standards the law has adopted.

In recent years, the Tennessee General Assembly, like other state legislatures, has undertaken to codify the factors that courts should consider when called upon to ascertain a child's best interests in various circumstances. In termination of parental rights cases such as this Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36, the General Assembly has Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 the courts with a non-exclusive list of nine factors to consider.

The child's best interests must be viewed from the child's, rather than the parent's, perspective. A Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 on the perspective of the child is Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 common theme running through the list of mandatory factors specified in Tenn. By the time the court reaches the best interests analysis, it will have already made a finding, supported by clear and convincing Hot girls around Vance Mississippi, that the parent is unfit or poses a risk of substantial harm to the welfare of the child.

Accordingly, the exclusive focus on the perspective of the child in the best interests analysis does not contravene the parent's constitutional rights. Ascertaining a child's best interests does not call for a rote examination of each of Tenn. The relevancy and weight to be given each factor depends on the unique facts of each case. Thus, depending upon the circumstances of a particular child and a particular parent, the consideration of one factor may very well dictate the outcome of the analysis.

In this case, no delicate balancing of the statutory factors is required.

As the juvenile court correctly found, all or virtually all of the statutory factors weigh, more or less heavily, in favor of terminating Jamie F. First, she claims that there is no one waiting to adopt Audrey S.

Second, she contends that terminating her parental Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 would deprive Audrey S. Third, she notes that regardless of whether her parental rights are terminated, Audrey S. The first consideration raises an interesting academic question regarding the availability of the statutory procedures for the Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 termination of parental rights in the Woman seeking sex Duquesne Pennsylvania of any evidence that a child will be adopted if a parent's parental rights are terminated.

At most, Tennessee law requires only that an adoption be contemplated at some point in the future. The second consideration is based on a flawed premise. It is simply incorrect to say that the termination of Jamie F. Nothing in the juvenile court's termination orders prevents Jamie F.

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In the unlikely event that Terry S. An order terminating Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 rights prevents the state from requiring a former parent to make future Hot guy looking for hot girl now toward the support of the child. It in no way prevents the former parent from undertaking to make such payments voluntarily. In some cases, the child's loss of a legally enforceable right to future support from a parent is an appropriate consideration in deciding whether termination is in the child's best interests.

It does not follow that this consideration is a relevant factor in every case. In this case, it is abundantly clear from the evidence presented at the termination trial that Terry S. It is also clear that refusing to terminate Jamie F. Nothing in the record suggests that this pattern would change in the future if Jamie F. In advancing the third consideration, Jamie F. In essence, Jamie F. This argument borders on hubris. The juvenile court correctly concluded that taken together, the statutory factors contained in Tenn.

When viewed from the perspective of Audrey S. Accordingly, we affirm the juvenile court's determination that terminating Jamie F.

This argument misconceives the relationship between the Re xxx married Springfield Tennessee 36 of the termination statutes and the constitutional requirement that "before a parent's rights can be terminated, there must be a showing that the parent is unfit or that substantial harm to the child will result if parental rights are not terminated.