Termination of Parental Rights Lawyers in Grenada, Mississippi
Don't let us be the lawyers you wished you'd hired.
The termination of someone's parental rights is not something to be taken lightly. If you believe termination of parental rights is necessary, the Mississippi courts will demand evidence and supporting documentation before taking any action. You need an experienced attorney to explain your options and craft a winning legal strategy.
At the Harlow Law Firm in Grenada, we have been helping people take care of their family law issues for more than 20 years. You can count on our experienced attorneys to take care of your important issues and stand up for the best interests of your children.
Get the sound legal advice you need. To discuss termination of parental rights with a North Central Mississippi lawyer, contact us today for a free initial consultation.
Are You Pursuing an Adoption?
If you are a stepparent or grandparent looking to adopt a child, the rights of the biological parent will need to be terminated voluntarily or as the result of a parent failing to uphold their parental responsibilities.
If a parent has failed, their rights may be terminated, opening the way for your adoption. There are a variety of things that can lead to the court terminating a parent's rights, including drug use, neglect or abandonment.
You May Have a Custody Case, Not a Termination Case
You cannot simply terminate someone's rights because you are not getting along or are having difficulty adhering to visitation schedules. Do you have a good case? Call 662-298-7068 or toll free 866-986-5912 for a free initial consultation with an attorney.