When it comes to terminating parental rights in Wisconsin, the process is carried out extremely carefully by judges. This is due to the fact that in terminating parental rights, all ties between a biological parent and their child are ended. Termination of parental rights occurs if the parents pose a danger to the child, or if they are unable to adequately care for the child. In the words of the Wisconsin Statutes, reasons for termination can include “abandonment” and “continuing parental disability”. Termination of a parent’s rights can ensure a child’s safety and well-being, and provide greater stability and permanence. However, it can also cause great confusion and disruption. Our experience will help you ensure that your family receives the best care possible.