In re B.R., No. A122581
Juvenile court order terminating parental rights is reversed where the Indian Child Welfare Act applies when the minors' presumed father in a juvenile dependency proceeding alleges that his adoptive father has one-quarter ancestry in a federally recognized Indian tribe, and thus notice of the proceedings must be given to the tribe in question.
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APPEAL from Marin County Super. Ct. Nos. JV24131A, JV24132A
FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE
Filed August 13, 2009
Before Margulies, J., Marchiano, P.J., Graham, J.
Opinion by Margulies, J.
For Plaintiff: Patrick K. Faulkner, County Counsel, Jessica F. Mills, Deputy County Counsel.
For Defendant: Caroline J. Todd, under appointment by the Court of Appeal.
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