Permanent Guardianship Reversal #6 and Admission is not a proper case plan task

T.C. v. DCF and J.C. and GALP v. DCF, — So.3d —- (Fla. 2nd DCA) are Number Six. (see numbers 12,  3 & 4, and 5).

Also, you can’t require a parent to admit to abusing their child as a case plan task. See FSA 39.6011(1) (“A parent of a child may not be threatened or coerced with the loss of custody or parental rights for failing to admit in the case plan of abusing, neglecting, or abandoning a child.”).

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