Under specific circumstances, parental rights can be reinstated. If, as an example, a child in the state’s care is not placed with a family within an acceptable amount of time, one or both parents can petition to get their parental rights reinstated. The parents are required, however, to be able to prove that the child(ren) they are reclaiming will now be in safe living conditions.
It is also feasible if one parent has had their parental rights terminated that their parental rights can be reinstated. This may happen if that parent has satisfactorily gone through a rehabilitation program for alcohol abuse and has been in recovery for a significant amount of time. If the parent lost their parental rights is able to prove that they are now able to produce a established, loving environment for the child(ren), petitioning the court for parental right reinstatement may be a attainable option.
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