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Illinois law says that a child’s birth parents are presumed to be the natural parents, and they have certain rights and responsibilities — unless they opt to waive those rights. There may be limited situations where the courts may step in and terminate a parent’s rights involuntarily. This only happens when a family court judge feels that doing so would be in the best interests of the child.

Parents who have lost their parental rights do not have any authority in decision making for the child, nor do they possess any rights to parenting time with the child. There are

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