This writer has forgotten when to use or not use capital letters. Such errors distract a reader. Also, the writer has a comma splice and a missing semi-colon. Note the pattern in the sentence beginning with, "Her parents..." The correct writing should have been "Her parents could lose these right; however, if the parents were ..."
Do not use "like" when giving an example. Use "such as." Place a comma after the word preceding "such as" before giving the example(s). Once sentence is compound and needs a comma. Another sentence has a pronoun error. When referring to people, use the relative pronoun "who" not "that." That is used to refer to non living objects.