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When a child dies pending an appeal of an involuntary termination of parental rights, the case is not moot because the parent is still subject to collateral consequences from the TPR — namely, it becomes easier for her to lose parental rights to other children.

TPR case is not moot if child dies

When a child dies pending an appeal of an involuntary termination of parental rights, the case is not moot because the parent is still subject to collateral consequences from the TPR — namely, it becomes easier for her to lose parental rights to other children.

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