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How do you get the forms for termination of parental rights?

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2011-09-22 16:27:17
2011-09-22 16:27:17

Contact the clerk of the family or domestic relations court in the county in which you live.

While I agree that contacting the clerk is a great idea for many things (I am a court clerk), we are prohibited by law from telling anyone what specific forms are needed to accomplish what. In fact, many courts don't offer the forms needed to terminate parental rights, mine doesn't. But, that said, local self help centers, or law libraries are fantastic resources. And never forget the Google magic. I have created many of our local forms and found by looking at samples online I was able to accomplish this quite easily. Good luck!!

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