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family.findlaw.com/parental-rights-and-liability/checklist-grounds-for-terminating-parental-rights.html

The phrase "termination of parental rights" can be the most frightening words a parent can hear. Fears of losing a child to "the system" can push a parent to work  ...

family.findlaw.com/parental-rights-and-liability/terminating-parental-rights.html

... of parental rights. Termination of parental rights ends the legal parent-child. ... For more grounds for the termination of parental rights, see FindLaw's Checklist.

www.childwelfare.gov/topics/systemwide/laws-policies/statutes/groundtermin

Discusses State laws that provide the legal basis for terminating the rights of parents who have been found unfit to parent their children.

www.childwelfare.gov/pubPDFs/groundtermin.pdf

grounds for termination of parental rights.9 All States recognize abandonment of a child as grounds for termination, while 12 States specifically include cases in.

beta.code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/sections/16-2353.html

Proceedings Regarding the Termination of Parental Rights of Certain Neglected Children. ... 16–2353. Grounds for termination of parent and child relationship.

www.wikihow.com/Terminate-a-Father%27s-Parental-Rights

Termination of parental rights can be ordered by the court in situations ... or sexual abuse, neglect, mental illness, or drug abuse are grounds for termination.

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Jun 29, 2017 ... This is very rarely considered solid grounds to terminate parental rights. Do not file a petition under this grounds, as it will likely be denied.

www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/terminating-parental-rights.html

Jan 30, 2015 ... Parental rights can be terminated by court order for the protection of the child or by ... Common grounds for terminating parental rights include:.

family-law.freeadvice.com/family-law/child_custody/voluntarily-terminating-parental-rights.htm

Termination of parental rights may be voluntary or involuntary. ... Neither ground is generally sufficient alone to constitute “good cause” and will not typically be ...