Child Custody Terminology – Abandonment
Folks toss around legal terms much too lightly, especially in #ChildCustody. For example, when someone says they “signed over their rights” to their child, that phrase doesn’t mean anything, or rather could mean dozens of different things, without a great deal more context. ‘Alienation’ is another example and another discussion for another day. Here, we look at the technical definition of the term ‘abandonment’ under Alabama law.
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This article contains general information and should not be construed as legal advice for you and or your unique situation. ~SW, Foxtrot