Friday, September 10, 2010

In Re V.V. (Cal. Ct. App. - Sept. 8, 2010)

V.V. is five years old. Her mother can't stop smoking methamphetamine, so we're going to assess whether to terminate parental rights and put V.V. up for adoption.

V.V. has some interactions with the family who wants to adopt her, and V.V. was asked about the family and potential adoption:

"[V.V.] was particularly excited that they had a large house, she could go to preschool, the family liked Disney, and they would take her fishing. If she could have a princess bed and an Ariel doll, V.V. would move to the new family right away."

Proving that you're never too young to make a good deal.

Here's hoping that V.V. becomes an attorney. It's clearly in her blood.