Termination of Rights
We Understand All Laws Surrounding Parental Rights
In limited circumstance, it is possible for the parental rights of a parent to be involuntarily terminated. It is extremely important to make sure you speak with an attorney first to ensure your case meets the qualifications and if any of the required factors are present.
If you need to discuss your case with us, give us a call today to schedule a consultation. We are experienced in the termination of parental rightsrights and can counsel you on the best choices.
Voluntarily Terminating Your Parental Rights
A parent can voluntarily terminate their parental rights to their children. The most common reason for this scenario is to allow a stepparent to step in and adopt a child. A parent is not, usually, able to just terminate and sign over their parental rights without good cause.
Both parents must agree to the termination of one or both of the parent’s rights, and the court does not have to allow the termination to take place.
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