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In the mid-1990’s when I began as a child custody attorney, and built up expertise, I wrote of a moment that I summarized as “who gave her the right?” What I meant by this is that mothers assumed they were entitled to child custody, they acted as if they were entitled to child custody, fathers…

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There are two different situations in which an individual’s parental rights may be terminated. First, a parent can voluntarily terminate his or her parental rights if, for example, another individual or couple wishes to adopt the child. This type of parental rights termination must occur before an adoption can take place under Georgia law. The…

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