Hello again, Carol, and thank you for sharing this additional information.
You may wish to consider intervening in that action and seeking to adopt the child, rather than wait until the court has entered a final order.
While parents do have constitutionally protected rights, making reunification with a biological parent
a goal of proceedings in many cases, it sounds as though there are valid grounds to seek adoption under these circumstances, unless the mother
can show that the same grounds do not exist which led to termination of her rights in the earlier cases.
A court must typically balance the best interests of the child with the parent's right to custody of their child and determine whether a termination of rights is justified under the circumstances.
I would not attempt to do this without representation by an experienced attorney, but it is typically best to ensure your voice is heard now rather than permitting the proceedings to conclude without your input.
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