Our law firm assists in terminating the rights of a biological parent (or biological parents) in adoption cases and also deprivation cases in juvenile court. A biological parent or the biological parents may consent to the termination of their parental rights. However, if a biological parent refuses to surrender their parental rights then the court must make findings guided by O.C.G.A. § 15-11-94. We also represent biological parents who wish to maintain their parental rights. Prior to terminating parental rights, due process requires 1) notice to the biological parents, and 2) an opportunity to be heard.
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