Compassionate Guidance Throughout The Process
Why consider a Termination of Parental Rights?
Not all parents have the capacity, resources or desire to handle parental responsibilities. In some cases, it may be in the child’s best interests to formally terminate parental rights in order for another person to obtain full physical and legal custody over the child’s welfare.
I’m family law attorney Rachel Li and I have extensive experience in the Termination of Parental Rights process as well as adoption and many other areas of family law. If you are seeking termination of parental rights (TPR), or will agree to TPR, The Law Office of Rachel Li can help. With more than a decade of family law experience, we provide compassion, guidance, and a helping hand to assist you through the Termination of Parental Rights process.
Child Abandonment And Voluntary Termination of Parental Rights
Are the custodial or noncustodial parent of a minor-age child? Do you feel you don’t have the capacity to provide for the welfare of your child? It may be in your best interest to voluntarily terminate your parental rights.
At the Law Office of Rachel Li, we understand the emotional toll that a Termination of Parental Rights can take on a family. We invite you to schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your circumstances. We will explain your options and help you find the best legal option that protects your child’s welfare and interests.
Compassionate Adoption and Child Custody Attorney
When you are looking for a compassionate advocate for you and your family, you can’t find a family law attorney more dedicated than Rachel Li. Rachel specializes in child custody and has dedicated her practice to the exclusive practice of family law.
Call the Law Office of Rachel Li at (214) 616-3684 or contact us online to arrange a confidential consultation. Rachel will provide you honest, compassionate advice and assess the facts of your specific situation.
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