In this published opinion, the Court of Appeal reversed the order terminating parental rights and remanded the case to the juvenile court to consider an appropriate long term plan for the children. The Court stated that the standard for the beneficial relationship exception to adoption was whether the children benefit from the presence of the parent in their lives, not whether they could eventually be happy without her. The Court noted that parental rights could not be terminated based on an unenforceable expectation that the prospective adoptive parents would voluntarily permit future contact.