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“Evaporating” Rights of Biological Parents

Jeffrey A. Parness writes that, more than forty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court established that parental rights could not be terminated on less than clear-and-convincing evidence. The writer contends that more recent laws in a number of states threaten the parental rights of biological parents whose children were conceived while the other parent was in a marital relationship with another person. Read more here.