Parental Rights
Minnesota

Last Updated: March 2020
Question Answer

Does the state allow for termination or limitation of parental rights when a child is born from rape?

No

Does the state require a conviction for the sexual offense to terminate or limit the rapist’s parental rights?

N/A

May the state terminate or limit parental rights when there was a sexual assault that led to the birth of the child, but no conviction?

N/A

What parental rights can be terminated or limited?

N/A

Are there any exceptions to the termination or limitation of a rapist’s parental rights?

N/A

What other rights may be impacted by terminating a rapist’s parental rights?

N/A

What is the procedure for termination or limitation of parental rights in these circumstances?

N/A

What proof do you have to show to terminate or limit the rapist parent’s parental rights?

N/A

Are there any time limits for when a petition must be filed to terminate or limit the rapist parent’s rights?

N/A

Does the law apply to both adult victims and underage victims?

N/A

Does the law have any exceptions for married or co-habitating victims?

N/A

Can a court require the rapist parent to pay child support after parental rights have been terminated?

N/A

Statutory Citations

N/A




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