Honickman Law


Termination of Parental Rights

The State has the ability to terminate a parent's rights to a minor child. The Office of the Attorney General prosecutes these types of cases. The Termination of Parental Rights or (TPR) is a permanent, drastic step in the life of a family. If you or someone you love is being faced with this type of case, it is important to obtain an attorney to aid you through the process immediately. This action is often taken at the end of a case once a child is adjudicated dependent. Legal issues involving the welfare and future of a child are difficult and can be heart-breaking. This is a drastic step for the state to take, one that is done as a last resort to protect a child. A parent can involuntarily have their parental rights taken away by the state if the parent is incarcerated for certain crimes, is engaging is illegal behavior, the location or identity of the parent is unknown, if the well-being of the child is threatened by the parent, or if the state receives false reports about a child's welfare with a parent. In any circumstance, it is critical to seek representation from counsel to guide you through and protect you family's future in the best interest of all involved. There are ways to avoid terminating a parent's rights and are important to understand. The Law Offices of Alyssa D. Honickman will examine your case and fight for the children you love to help them remain in safe, healthy, and happy homes.

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