Children have a right to relationships with, and support from, both parents. When, for whatever reason, a child’s paternity is not established at birth, it may be necessary to have it legally established at a later date. Our dedicated attorneys assist both mothers and fathers in pursuing determination of a child’s paternity, so that everyone, especially the child, can benefit.
Termination of Parental Rights ProceedingsParents may consent to the termination of their parental rights (as where a stepparent or grandparent seeks to adopt a child), or such termination may be involuntary. An involuntary termination of parental rights may be initiated as the result of CINA proceedings, or by a family member or other party with standing to to so.
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