Terminating Parental Rights In Arizona

In order to terminate parental rights, you must file certain pleadings with the juvenile court, attend several court hearings, and follow specific rules and requirements.

DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC has the experience and knowledge needed to navigate this process. Let us guide you through Arizona's legal requirements with skill and efficacy. Our experienced attorneys can assist you with a wide range of matters involving the termination of parental rights and adoptions across the state.

When Do A Parent's Rights Need To Be Terminated?

One purpose of severing a parent's legal rights is to allow another individual to adopt the minor child.

For example, a grandparent who is raising a grandchild because the child's parents are unable to care for the child, may want to learn more about severing parental rights and adoption. Likewise, if a stepmother wants to adopt her stepchildren, the rights of the biological mother must first be terminated.

Learn more about how our firm can assist you with an adoption in Arizona.

Contact Us To Set Up A Consultation Today

With offices in Phoenix, Prescott and Scottsdale, DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC is available to assist you anywhere in Arizona. Feel free to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our attorneys by calling our firm at 602-626-9552 or 800-409-0262. You can also reach us via our online contact form. We respond to all inquiries as promptly as possible.