Joan Bundy Law
Sometimes a parent disappears from the scene and acts as if he or she never had a child. Sometimes this is because the parent wants to avoid responsibility for the minor. Other times the parent does not want to be “bothered” with a child. This may be because the parent still has some growing up to do or has enough trouble dealing with his or her own problems. This unfortunate situation typically results in parental termination, parental severance, or parental rights revocation. Essentially, it is a legal process whereby the parent’s rights go away but the responsibilities of parenthood, such as providing child support or health insurance for the child, may or may not remain. Since most parents do not willingly agree to such an outcome, getting there can be very difficult. That’s why it’s important to have a Chandler parental termination lawyer by your side throughout the process.