It is difficult but not impossible to terminate parental rights. It is not something you are likely be about to do yourself. If you would like a consultation on your specific issues, email me at email@example.com.
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I think that your course of action might better be served by having the non-offending parent file for sole legal and physical custody of the minor child. If granted, it would not terminate the rights forevermore, but it would strip the parent of rights to the child until such a time as that parent could establish to the court that there has been a change in circumstances.
I would seek the advice of an attorney in your area.
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