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 Are they any new laws on losing your parenal rights?

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Are they still your in-laws after a divorce in Texas?

What do you do if you never signed over parental rights to someone and they have your child?

To answer this question, one would need to know how this came to pass. Did you "give" the child to them at some point? Did the State place the child with them?
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