If your rights were legally terminated, the only recourse is to appeal that order. The time limit for doing so, however, is short and certainly have run. If you can prove that you were not properly served, attacking the termination order might still be possible. You should have the termination pleadings reviewed by an experienced family law practitioner.
What may be more important is the emotional relationship, and if the children were adopted within the family that might be a realistic possibility. Children need all of the positive adult influences available so if your sister now has the legal control and agrees that you are an excellent father, you should approach her about being involved in the lives of your sons.
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Unfortunately, in Pennsylvania once rights are terminated there is no going back, absent circumstances such as procedure (getting you papers on time) which prevented you from defending and keeping your rights. You will definitely want to speak to an attorney about this, as your ability to get parental rights back are slim to none unfortunately.
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I agree with counsel. Termination of parental rights is a serious situation and once it's done, barring an appeal, it's done.
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