I have never heard of one matter effecting becoming a medical assistant. Talk to a local attorney before you give up your kids. You need to make sure you know exactly what you are doing before you do it.
This response is only a basic answer to your question and is not intended to be legal advise. It is your job to hire an attorney and to discuss the specifics of this question with him or her. I am not giving you specific legal advise and there is no attorney-client relationship created by my answer to your question. The choice of an attorney is an important decision that you must make and that choice should not be made upon adverting alone.
I would not. I know that certain professions and licensing organizations will look at these things and limit your rights accordingly. Please discuss all your options with a family/juvenile law attorney ASAP. Good luck.
There are professions that are affected because of child abuse or neglect If reported to the state. Particularly if the professional works directly with children. You would have to look up the requirements for license. This would be a good question for an attorney if you are getting your parental rights terminated.
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