There are several reasons for terminating parental rights. A father may have found out a child is not biologically his or a parent may not be suited to raise a child. Regardless, there are many reasons for terminating parental rights. The Fetty Firm is capable of helping you terminate those rights.
The Texas court system is very complicated and requires the right lawyer for the job. Clients can find peace at The Fetty Firm and in Rashelle Fetty. She is the owner and sole attorney at the firm. She has years of experience in family court. Her skills are unmatched and will help you fight this decision in the courtroom.
Voluntary versus Involuntary
There are two types of termination when it comes to parental rights: voluntary and involuntary. These types are very straightforward. Voluntary parental termination is when a parent agrees to terminate their rights to a child. Then, the parent will sign various forms and then go to court to testify. They will testify, saying they are terminating their rights to the child.
Furthermore, voluntary termination can apply to biological or adopted children. There are various reasons a parent may terminate their own parental rights. It all varies on the parent and the situation in the family.
On the other hand, there is an involuntary termination of rights. This occurs when the parent does not agree with the decision, and it is ruled by the court. Major reason a parent will have involuntary termination of rights include:
- Criminal Behavior
- Mentally or physically dangerous environment
- Refusal of supporting the child
These reasons are just a few, but they are the most common. The Fetty Firm can help clients fight for their child or pursue the termination of rights against a spouse. Rashelle Fetty has years of experience in family courts, which is why you should get in touch with her.
The Fetty Firm Can Help You
Get in touch with The Fetty Firm today. You can reach the firm by calling (214) 546-5746. It is also important for clients to visit the firm’s website. The termination of parental rights page features very helpful information for those seeking such actions.