Termination of Parental Rights in Illinois?

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Termination of Parental Rights in Illinois can be voluntary or involuntary. For instance, if a mother or both parents of a child wish to put that child up for adoption then they voluntarily terminate their parental rights. In the case of involuntary termination the courts must find the parents unfit and then rule that termination of the parental rights is in the best interest of the child. 
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Terminating parental rights can be done either voluntarily or involuntary. If it is voluntary then you have to go through your states process and file/sign the correct papers. If
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1. Collect evidence to demonstrate the father is an unfit parent. Under Illinois law, this must be one of the following: neglect, repeated cruelty or abuse, abandonment of one year
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1. Ask the father to volunteer. Before you pursue terminating a father's parental rights, discuss the possibility of him voluntarily relinquishing them. This procedure could require
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