Termination Of Parental Rights
Parental Rights Termination – Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Lawyers
Is a Termination of Parental Rights best for your Child? Call (208) 665-5778
There may be a variety of reasons to file for a termination of parental rights (TPR) for the other parent of your child. Often, a father who has been absent for many years suddenly reappears and expects a say in making decisions about your child. In other cases, the child’s parent may prove to be entirely disinterested or incapable of providing a positive influence on your child. Filing a successful termination of parental rights give you complete legal and physical control of your child’s best interests. Contact our offices to schedule a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your case. We will give you an honest assessment of your case and what to expect from the legal process.
A success case for a TPR takes more than evidence
Relinquishing parental rights isn’t always an open and shut case – even when the other parent has proven to be completely incapable or disinterested. Palmer George PLLC is ready to help you protect your child’s future. If you are considering filing a TPR, get the legal experience you need. The judge will expect a compelling argument based on solid facts, presented clearly and leaving no doubt that a TPR is in the child’s best interests. We are here for you.
In addition to helping you file for a termination of parental rights, we can help you with other family law matters, including:
♦ Child custody, visitation rights
♦ Legal name change
♦ Step parent adoption
♦ Child guardianship
Contact an attorney at Palmer George PLLC to schedule an opportunity to talk about your case for filing a termination of parental rights. For a child, it may be the most important call you ever make.
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