In the Interests of D.L., J.L. and L.L. (M.L. v State)

M.L. appealed the termination of his parental rights. The panel affirmed. It held the family court did not clearly error in ruling M.L. was unlikely to develop adequate parenting skills needed to raise his special needs children given the 36 months of services already received including two intensive rounds of parenting classes and the 10 months of additional training he would need to receive without guarantee he will have the skills then either. It also affirmed the best interest finding holding the children are in a properly structured home environment and need to be made available for adoption.