Wayne G. v. Jacqueline W.Annotate this Case
After mother remarried, she petitioned for the termination of Father’s parental rights to the parties’ minor child. The county court entered an order terminating Father’s parental rights, concluding that termination was in the child’s best interests and that one of more of the grounds in Neb. Rev. Stat. 43-292 existed in support of termination. The court of appeals affirmed. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that the court of appeals did not err by (1) not addressing the county court’s failure to appoint a guardian ad litem for Father; and (2) finding the evidence sufficient to terminate Father’s parental rights under section 43-292.