Helping Parents Protect And Understand Their Parental Rights
For many parents, few things are more frightening than the idea of losing their parental rights or the ability to spend time with their children. However, that is the reality that many parents face. Whether the Department of Children’s Services (DCS) thinks you are unfit to be a parent or someone else in your family is interested in adopting your child, it is important to work with an experienced Knoxville lawyer who can explain your options and the possible ramifications. At the law office of Montpelier & Della-Rodolfa, we represent parents throughout East Tennessee in contested adoption and other family law matters.
Should I Contest The Termination Of My Parental Rights?
If your parental rights are at issue with the court, you may have several options. Regardless of which option you choose, there are short- and long-term ramifications. It is critical to understand those effects before you decide how to proceed. For example, if the Department of Children’s Services is involved, contesting the termination of your parental rights could impact the efforts that DCS is required to make in the future if they want to remove your children or children that are born in the future.
We Will Work Aggressively To Protect Your Parental Rights
We know that our clients’ children are of the utmost importance in their parents’ lives, and we work aggressively to protect parental rights. In addition, we are ever mindful of the children’s best interests while we are representing our clients.
Understand Your Options. Contact Us Today.
When individuals contact us, we listen to their stories to determine whether they have strong cases. Then, we provide an honest assessment of their legal options and the possible outcomes. Whether your concerns are related to family law, juvenile representation or criminal defense, we can help. Contact us to schedule a free telephone consultation. Contact us today at 865-673-0330
If you are interested in learning more about your legal options and the counsel we provide, contact us to schedule a free telephone consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 865-673-0330.
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