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Sarah Lynn Klaassen, Willmar, MN, for respondent G. Kim Junkermeier, Lake Lillian, MN, guardian ad litem. Fischer, Kandiyohi County Attorney, Amy Isenor, Assistant County Attorney, Willmar, MN, for respondent Kandiyohi County Family Services. On that basis, the district court granted the county's petition and terminated J. Therefore, we reverse and remand for further proceedings. We will tell you what you need in a relationship, where you screwed up (without knowing it) in past relationships and a customized action plan to make your next relationship successful.Considered and decided by JOHNSON, Chief Judge; BJORKMAN, Judge; and COLLINS, Judge.*John E. voluntarily terminated her parental rights to her sixth biological child in late 2009 in an open adoption.
W.'s parental rights to her fifth child were terminated. testified that she has changed through her parenting classes and therapy sessions and has many more resources available to her now. testified that she and her husband rent an apartment and own two vehicles and that her living situation is more stable than at the times of the previous TPR proceedings. stated that she is now in a “positive place in my life” and is confident in her ability to parent K. presented the testimony of 15 witnesses: two parenting-class teachers, four foster parents or adoptive parents of her other biological children, her husband, three additional adult family members, one friend from a bible-study group, two psychologists, a family-and-marriage therapist, and herself. W.'s witnesses was cross-examined in ways that tended to limit the effect of their testimony. explained that her 2007 TPR was the result of a stressful period in her life when she was a single mother of four children, was unemployed, did not have access to a vehicle, and had little support from family and friends. She spoke of her marriage, the new support she enjoys from her husband and his family, and the renewed support she has received from her own family.
At trial, the county relied primarily on the statutory presumption that a parent is palpably unfit if his or her parental rights to one or more other children previously were involuntary terminated. But the district court determined that she did not rebut the presumption of palpable unfitness. We conclude that the district court erred because J. rebutted the statutory presumption of palpable unfitness by introducing evidence that would justify a finding that she is not palpably unfit. is a 33–year–old woman who, at the time of trial, lived in the city of Willmar. W.'s parental rights to her four oldest children on the grounds that she was palpably unfit to parent, that she had neglected her parental duties, and that reasonable efforts had failed to correct the conditions leading to the children's out-of-home placement.