Terminating Parental Rights

Authored By: Self & Spurgeon


Parents have to provide care for the child such as food, shelter, and protection. If a parent has not been able to fulfill the responsibilities of being a parent, they can be terminated as a caregiver in a process called “termination of parental rights.” When this occurs, the parent is severed from all decision making in the child’s life.

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Terminating Parental Rights

Last Review and Update: Jan 31, 2020

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