Can an alleged fathers name be put on a birth certificate without the alleged fathers signature?
No unless the alledged father is present his name cannot be entered on the birth certificate, unless you take a marriage certificate
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\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \n. \nNo.\n. \nBefore custodial rights, visitation rights or child support issues can be decided upon parentage must be established.\n. \nCourts prefer that paternity testing be done as DNA, but in the majority of cases will accept traditional blood test results.\n. … \nThis applies to unmarried couples only. Parentage issues pertaining to a child born of an affair outside of a marriage is a more complicated matter and is handled differently, depending upon individual circumstances. (MORE)
If a birth certificate has the name of the father and yet a court has dismissed the paternity action without prejudice can the man have his name removed for the birth certificate?
Answer . Yes The Name can be removed You have to send a copy of your Court Determination of Non-Paternity to your States Birth/Death Certificate Record Department.
Answer . Yep, as long as it can be proven the child is his, it would have to be added to the policy though to take effect
Answer . Both parents must be present and pay a small fee and watch a short video about laws and legal obligations and rights. You do this at the vital statistics bldg. in my state atleast. (utah)
Can you still receive child support from the alleged father if another person's name is on the birth certificate?
No, the father on the birth certificate is financially responsible unless proven that he's not the father by DNA. About 12 years ago in the state of NJ The court ordered me to pay child support to the biological father (Dna test showed I was not the biological father) The court called me the psy…chological father so in the courts opinion I was her father. And like the biological Mother he also drank it away. (MORE)
If you are married and the child is not your husbands can you put the biological fathers name on the birth certificate?
Answer . Yes, but you will have to let them know generally they put the husband as father weather he is or not it is assumed.. Answer . It depends on where you live. If you live in the US... In some states your husband can sign a denial of paternity and the biological father can sign an acknowl…edgment of paternity (both of these forms must be signed!) and that allows bio-dad's name to go on the birth certificate. But in the state I live in, that is not an option-hubby's name goes on the birth certificate and remains there until a court orders otherwise, so it has to go to court. (MORE)
What can be done after the alleged father of a child paying child support find out he not the father?
Under UK Child Support law, if he has paid through the CSA then he would get a full refund. If he has paid under a voluntary agreement then he would have to make a claim in a county court.
England and Wales . If the parents are not married, yes, the father has to be present EXCEPT if he is a serving member of the armed forces, who can make a signed declaration prior to registration of the birth. If the parents are married, either parent can register the birth on their own.
If the fathers name was never on the birth certificate can the mother change the minor children's last name to their step fathers name without the biological fathers approval in Michigan?
Changing your last name is the easiest. No permission needed. Trust me. All you have to do is begin using the new last name everywhere. Including school, applications, doctor office fill out forms etc. The last name will change itself.
Yes, even if the fathers name is not on birth certificate she can go to the local Child Support Enforcement & open up a case against him. It helps if you know the SSN, last or current job & last or current place of residency. This will help them move faster in getting what is owed to your child. I…f you don't have all or some of the information it will take longer. Hope this helps. (MORE)
If the mother does not put the fathers name on the birth certificate does he have to pay child support?
If you are looking for governmental support you have to provide the father's information and he will have to help support the child.
If a male is named as the father of a child when the couple are not married he cannot request the relinquishment of parental rights until paternity has been established.. If the paternity test shows he is not the biological father, he can file suit in family court to be relieved of this financial a…nd parental obligations.. The same basic premise applies in the case of married couples with the exception that, the male is assumed to be the father unless only he contests the fact and he must be legally separated or divorced from the biological mother at the time of contestation. (MORE)
NO, as half of the genetic material for the child is from the father they will always have similar DNA patterns.
If this is for the US, probably you have to go for a DNA test to get it inserted.
That has to be done by a court order, usually through adoption or proof of nonpaternity. The Court won't just change it because you changed your mind, either. You have to have some compelling reason.
Yes, but single fathers need to know they have no specific rights even with his name on it. Only a court can grant that. See link
Go to Social Security/services office, probably town hall or hall of records whever you'de go to replace and that should be all there is to that. The past 16 years, not so ez.
If you give a baby your last name can the fathers last name still be listed on the birth certificate can the man be listed as the father on the birth certificate without giving the child his lastname?
Yes, but if the father is paying child support, with parental rights, he can file a motion with the court to change this.
Since a lot of mothers have no idea who it is, how can it be a felony?.
No. A Paternity Test determines whether a particular man could be the biological father of a particular child.
Yes of course. If he won't sign then the mother can take him to court to determine his paternity. She can do that no matter what his marital status is.
Can you put your husbands name on the birth certificate even though he is not the biological father?
Yes, but it's paternity fraud which eventually will be a crime, perhaps this year starting with Tennessee.
It is possible to legally establish paternity even if the father's name is not on the birth certificate.
only if he goes through adoption and the biological father relinkishes his rights to the child.
By requesting a Paternity Test either in court or through your local county child support division. Once the test comes back positive, if it does, then you will receive paperwork to send off to make an amendment to the child's birth certificate.
This will require a trip to the DNA lab and then a trip to court for an order.
Regardless of age, the mother can never put the father's name on the birth certificate. The father must sign an acknowledgment of paternity to do this. The mother's age is irrelevant.
She ma not know who the father is. Over 30% of paternity tests come out negative. She may think it will prevent him from obtaining parental rights, which it does not.
Just the mother's name is perfectly legal. I used artificial insemination, so there was no father. My son's birth certificate has only myself listed. Perfectly legal, never a problem nor question.
well, if he is your biological father,then you should.... but if he left your mother when she was pregnant,then you should have your stepdad on there a birth certificate is a public document. after filling it out it is filed with the government. it you want to falsify a public document and risk t…he prison time then go for it. also keep in mind that if you knowingly put someone elses name on the birth certificate then that gives a great way for the accused 'unfit' father to prove that you are an unfit mother. you can pretty much guarantee that any judge would be more then happy to take your custody away, and give it to the father because you have proven to be not only a felon, but a person whose child's best interest are not a priority. but by all means do it, i love seeing stupid people get screwed because they think being vengeful to an ex is something acceptable . (MORE)
The biological father has the legal right to be added to the child's birth certificate at any time, regardless of his circumstances. The only exception is if he has voluntarily given up his parental rights and the child has been legally adopted by another man.
Can a mother get into trouble from the law when she put her boyfriends name on the birth certificate and when she actually new who the real father was and the real father wants to be on on it?
No, it is not illegal to put the wrong name on a birth certificate. However, the biological father has the legal right to add his name to the birth certificate if he can prove that he is the child's father.
When is an alleged father responsible to pay child support if he is not married to the child's mother?
When a court orders him to do so. Paternity must be established before an order for support is entered. This is done by: genetic testing; presumption, where the parties were married when the child was born/conceived; acknowledgment of paternity either in writing or in open court; default, where t…he alleged father fails to cooperate in the process. (MORE)
Absolutely not!! The hospital wouldn't allow it, anyway - the father must sign an acknowledgment of paternity to add his name to the birth certificate.
No. The parents supply the information that will comprise the birth record. The father can sign it even if he wasn't present at the birth.
The person requesting the DNA test for establishing paternity rights is the person who pays for the testing to be done. If the alledged father is the one to request the testing and it results in his being shown not to be the biological father he may be able to recover his expenses via a civil suit a…gainst the mother of the child. (MORE)
Procedure depends on state law (or country if outside the USA) in the jurisdiction where the child legally resides. If you could kindly provide that information or ask your question again including it, an accurate answer could be provided.
no , ese the faether name is not on the certificate so it does not have proof that it's the father
That depends on the law where you live. It can vary from state to state and country to country. No one can give you an accurate answer until you provide that information.
no you only have too because of the law and so that you have proof who your father is otherwise if the fathers name is not put on you can have a DNA test which is 99.8 % of the time correct.
Can a man who is not the biological father put his name on a child's birth certificate without the mother's knowledge?
If the mother is unmarried, No. A man who is not the father has no opportunity to place his name on a child's birth certificate without the mother's knowledge. However, a husband is deemed the father of his wife's child even if she conceived the child with another man.
If the mother knew she can be charged with fraud. The biological dad would have to go to court and prove paternity and then sign his name.
No but it makes it easier. If not there he has to prove paternity in court before he can sign it.
Apply for a surname change at the courthouse closest to the city where you live. Name changes cost a fee.
Can a mother bring his to child to other country without the consent of the father in which the father name is not mention in the child birth certificate?
Depends. Even if he is not on the birth certificate he can still have a court ordered visitation and pay child support. In that case she needs both his and the courts permission.
Can i put a man that is not biologically my child's father on her birth certificate if he voluntarilly signs paternitythere is no name father named on her birth cert bio father ordered to pay support?
Too many people involved. Leave the birth certificate as it is. Let the biological father continue to pay child support. If the current man marries you and wishes to adopt the child, then that is another matter. Seek legal advice before doing anything to change the birth certificate. No. This w…ould be fraud unless the child is adopted by your boyfriend. (MORE)
Can a man who has had DNA evidence that he is the father have his name put on the birth certificate without the mothers knowledge?
He can only get the right to change/add his name to the bc by going through court and the mother would find out since she is the legal guardian (I assume she is).
No, he is the only one who can sign it and if he chooses not to that is it.
Yes. Legislation will vary according to country but anyone may inherit dependant on the will and testament of the deceased. If the father is not the biological father he may still be the father in the eyes of the law. Should he have legally adopted the child for instance.
Assuming this father is unmarried, he has the right to establish his paternity legally through the family court. Once his paternity has been established he can request joint custody and/or a visitation schedule and pay child support if the child is to remain in the physical custody of the mother. A…ssuming this father is unmarried, he has the right to establish his paternity legally through the family court. Once his paternity has been established he can request joint custody and/or a visitation schedule and pay child support if the child is to remain in the physical custody of the mother. Assuming this father is unmarried, he has the right to establish his paternity legally through the family court. Once his paternity has been established he can request joint custody and/or a visitation schedule and pay child support if the child is to remain in the physical custody of the mother. Assuming this father is unmarried, he has the right to establish his paternity legally through the family court. Once his paternity has been established he can request joint custody and/or a visitation schedule and pay child support if the child is to remain in the physical custody of the mother. (MORE)