The mother, P. M., appeals the order of the juvenile court terminating her parental rights to her two children, A. M. and V. M.
The trial court's order was extensively detailed and carefully drawn and showed that the statutory requirements of OCGA 15-11-51
, as well as those outlined by the cases interpreting it, had been met.
Although the transcript we were furnished contains many, many portions where the testimony is noted to be "unintelligible," the ascertainable proof was sufficiently clear and convincing to sustain the trial court's findings of fact and resultant conclusions of law. See Vermilyea v. Dept. of Human Resources, 155 Ga. App. 746 (272 SE2d 588) (1980)
; In re L. A., 166 Ga. App. 857 (305 SE2d 636) (1983)
. "Where the facts found are supported by the evidence they will not be set aside on appeal." In re J. D. H., 171 Ga. App. 133
, 134 (319 SE2d 44