Jennings & Medura | Termination of Parental Rights
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Termination of Parental Rights

We Help Cope with the Stress

An action to terminate parental rights can be brought by the State of Utah or by any individual that has an interest in the welfare of a child. Termination actions can proceed in either juvenile or district court. Because the welfare of a child is at issue, a Guardian ad Litem will always be appointed to represent the child’s interest in the court proceedings.

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These cases are obviously highly emotional and can be protracted if reunification between a child and parent is attempted before termination occurs. We have experience and can assist clients in these very difficult cases.

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