Question asked on May 26th, 2017

A: Short version — almost certainly not.  A termination of parental rights (in Nevada, at least) is a complete dissolution of legal ties — rights and obligations — in both directions.  Other states may have different laws, so the place of the order might be relevant.  Of course, any person can choose to make a beneficiary designation to someone else, so if the terminated parent chose to make a bequest to the child adopted by others, he or she could do so.

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