Rolling Meadows Termination of Parents’ Rights Lawyer

Petitions to Terminate the Rights (TPR) of the Noncustodial Parent

There are times where the custodial parent thinks that the child spending time with the noncustodial parent is a bad idea. The result of this situation could be a petition to the courts for a termination of parental rights. The other party may object to this petition and has the right to protect their parenting rights, which may include joint physical and legal custody. There are a number of reasons as to why the custodial parent would want to take away the parenting rights of the noncustodial parent or vice versa.

Custody Reversal and Termination of Parental Rights

For over 20 years, our parents’ rights termination lawyers have been helping families figure out issues regarding divorcevisitation rightsrelocation and fathers rights. One parent may want to modify the custody agreement for reasons that may be endangering the child or because the custodial parent is no longer able to provide for the health and well-being of the child. The parent may be sick, disabled, financially unstable or a decreased mental state which will cause the other parent to seek a modification to the custody agreement which may include a petition to terminate parental rights.

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For over 20 years, our parents’ rights termination lawyers have been helping families figure out issues regarding divorce, visitation rights, relocation and fathers rights. One parent may want to modify the custody agreement for reasons that may be endangering the child or because the custodial parent is no longer able to provide for the health and well-being of the child. The parent may be sick, disabled, financially unstable or a decreased mental state which will cause the other parent to seek a modification to the custody agreement which may include a petition to terminate parental rights.

Our parental rights termination lawyers provide successful results to our clients through a variety of strategies and legal approaches because of the continuous research being done and keeping themselves up to date on the most recent cases. Our clients trust us because we are honest and provide results that meet their goals. We represent families in the Rolling Meadows, Illinois area and the surrounding suburbs with modification of custody agreements, paternity, termination of child support and father’s rights. Contact Cosley Law to learn how you can get your parents’ rights back or to learn how to avoid termination of your parent’s rights.

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