Parental Rights & Obligations

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Question: Is there any course of action that can be taken to have parental rights restored threw family court after looseing a CPS case and appeal and having parental rights severed to children. Can any litigation or legal course if action be taken to amend over turn or modify a family court judgement on a cps case that the parent lost at trial & appeal

Answer: The Arizona Courts and Child Protective Services have a strong interest in achieving permanence for children based on all the research showing that children need stability.  If the parental rights are severed by the court, the parent files an appeal and loses the appeal, the decision is final.  Arizona Revised Statutes, Sections 8-533, 8-539.

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  • Is there any course of action that can be taken to have parental rights restored threw family court after looseing a CPS case and appeal and having parental rights severed to children. Can any litigation or legal course if action be taken to amend over turn or modify a family court judgement on a cps case that the parent lost at trial & appeal

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