If a court order has been entered terminating all parental rights, the order remains effective unless it is appealed and the Court of Appeals reversed the trial court's decision. If the time for appeal has passed, the order remains effective unless it is revised, revoked or vacated by another order of the court. This rarely occurs. You should retain an attorney to review all the court records, and then interview you before advising you on your realistic options.
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