Termination of Parental Rights | North Carolina Law Firm

The Whited DelForge & Henkle, PLLC can assist clients in terminating the parental rights of their child’s other parent. Reasons for this include: sexual misconduct, failure to pay child support, lacking contact with the child for six months or longer, and other instances of constitutional misconduct.


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Rouse: Here at the Whited DelForge & Henkle, PLLC, we can assist clients if they’re in the situation where the parent of their child is conducting themselves in such a way that’s inconsistent with their constitutional duties as a parent. We can assist them in terminating that parent’s rights. Some of the reasons why parental rights get terminated are: the parent has not had contact with the child for six months or more, sexual misconduct, failure to pay child support for a certain period of time, and generally, just being a bad person.

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