How can you find your birth mother if you have no information except her name on your birth certificate?

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She may not want to be found however, if you have your birth certificate try the names that is hers in the town you were born in and surrounding areas - its a start. Since she may also be looking for you, you can also try a mutual consent search. For California born adoptees, the free adoption registry is http://www.CaliforniaAdoptionRegistry.org
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How can you find a birth certificate with only a first name and date of birth and village?

\n Answer \n. \nGo to www.ancestry.com you can get a lot of information about births in the USA and other countries.\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nAnswers to this question will depend on the specific date and place. For example, if the date of birth is in the early 1800s in the United States, there may be no "birth certificate" to find. On the other hand, if the date and place are such that birth records exist and have been made available to the public (perhaps on microfilm through the LDS Family History Library system) and the number of births per year in the village is small, then it might be possible to search for children with the right given name born on the right date.\n. \n Answer \n. \nThere may be no "birth certificate" available and you may have to rely on alternative proofs of birth. An example of such could be a baptismal certificate or record of baptism in a church registry. Another example could be a census record. It really depends on when and where you are researching since the answer varies by location and time period.

How do you find out who your biological father is when your mother won't tell you and his name is not on your birth certificate?

Answer . Well, this is going to take some detective work. First thing is to ask questions of those in the know how. Who was your mother close to at the time of your birth. What places did she go to or work at that time. Ask other family members if they know of anyone. Im positive someone else in the family knows they are just not saying. You can get a DNA test done so you know what the two people who are your biological parents are have for genetic makeup and go from there. Ask your mother one more time about this, she may have a good reason for not wanting to tell you but you do have the right to know who your biological father is.. Answer . \nYOu really can't. Unless you have a potential father to gather DNA samples from to be tested, you will never know. Even if someone tells you at this point I would be careful about believing it. You may track down some of your mother's old friends from around the time you were born but this will take some long-term scheming on your part since asking them straight out will probably get a phone call to your mother instead of an answer. Chances are that your monther's friends know who it is though.

If you have a surrogate mother whos name is no the birth certificate?

It depends on what state you are in. In some states you can get a pre-birth order, allowing the intended parent's names to be placed on the birth certificate. I other states, the surrogate mother and her husband's names on placed on the birth certificate, and later changed by a lawyer through the courts to the intended parents names.

What rights does a father have if not wed to mother and not on the birth certificate but the child carries your last name?

Answer . none . Answer . none, becasue you are not on the birth certificate you need to establish paternity first. if she doesn't ask for aide from the state or money from you the courts won't really make her establish paternity, without a court order you have no rights, who ever has custody of the child is the one with all the rights. She can keep you from seeing your child indefinitely and basically move out of state. You have to file an order to show just cause. you can do it by yourself with the self help section on the Superior Court's web site. Orange county has the best self help section. They give you packages with instructions on how to fill them out and all you pay is the filing fee which varies but is around $ 360.00. You ask the judge you want to establish paternity and be NICE because he doesn't have to rule to have it done if he doesn't want to. I just went through this with my fiance and becasue she didn't put his name on the birth certificate he didn't rule establish paternity because she was self sufficent. But when child support got the paper work we found out she was on aide the time before she got a really good job and they wanted their money back so now they are pursueing it and making her go take a blood test. it's all about the government getting paid back and if they aren't owed anything it's really heard to make her show who the father is if she doesn't want to.

Can the mother name anyone she wants as the birth father on the birth certificate?

Here in the Philippines, a mother can not just name any person as the father of her child in the Birth Certificate. They will look for a marriage contract as their reference when you named your child under his/her father's surname. Or if not married, they let the father fill up the Affidavit of Acknowledgement/Admission of Paternity at the back of the Birth Certificate.

How do you find a birth certificate?

In the US, Canada and some other countries, if a birth certificate exists, it would be found through the county courthouse, the state or provincial office of vital records, or state or provincial archives. In other countries, and from other centuries, you may find a birth record is not a certificate but a line entry in a ledger. Ledgers including records less than 100 years old may be in local Civil Records offices, while older records may have been moved to regional or national archival collections. It all depends on the particular country and when the birth took place. Churches often have records of baptism, which can serve as birth records.

How can you find your birth mother for free?

If you were born in California, there is a free reunion registry for adoptees and biological birth family members including birthmother, birthfather, and birthsiblings to locate each other and reunite thru a mutual consent search process. As of this writing there are over 7,000 adoption cases listed in the registry: http://www.CaliforniaAdoptionRegistry.org

How can you find your birth time when it is not on your birth certificate?

every birth certificates should have the specific time that you were born, if your birth certificate don't have the time, you can go to the hospital where you were born or ask the mid-wife that help your mother to labor.... Source: http://legalbirthcertificates.com/genealogy-birth-certificates.php

How do you find birth certificates in Germany?

Each "Landkreis" (borough) has a "Standesamt" (civil registry office), they have records of all births, deaths and marriages that have taken place in their area of jurisdiction. To obtain a copy of a birth certificate, you need to contact the office responsible for the area you were born in.

Can a mother sign a birth certificate for a father?

UK Answer Only if the parents are married. US Answer No signature by a second party is considered legitimate. For those who are infirm or illiterate, an "X" in the person's hand (foot or mouth) must be attested by one or more witnesses.

If the mother does not have a fathers name on a birth certificate does she have full custody of the child?

Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he can establish his paternity through a DNA test. A paternity test can be arranged through the court. Once paternity is established in court, the father can request visitations or custody through the court. If the mother retains physical custody she can request that the court issue a child support order. If the father gets physical custody he can request a child support order.

What your birth mother names?

its the name of you mom or even your godmother (if u have 1) or even the name of the midwife that took u out! anything 2 do with birth

If the fathers name is on the birth certificate does he have to pay child support if he and the mother aggree not to?

If the mother doesn't seek a child support order no one will make the father pay. However, keep in mind that the mother can always change her mind and get back child support in the future. If the child and/or mother are receiving any state assistance the father will be required to pay child support. Fathers are responsible for supporting their children. If the mother doesn't need the child support then she should put it in the bank for the child's college education.

What does informant mean on birth certificate?

It means you are signing over your child to the government so then you become the registered keeper the same as you register your car you are the registered keeper not the owner if you don't do things there way they take the child because they own your child you are only the keeper remember you informed

Can you get a birth certificate even if you do not have your birth name?

No. You should have a birth name registered when you are born with which you would be provided with a birth certificate. You could also do late registrations. You have to contact the Vital Statistics Office of your state which can help you out. Link provided has procedures and contact numbers which can help you out.

How can your son insure his name on the birth certificate if the mother is married to another man?

The parent(s) can put anyone's name on the birth certificate. This statement is not true in the state of Kansas. My son had a child with a married woman who was separated from her husband. In the state of Kansas the husband is always considered the father of the child. In order to get the true parent's name on the birth certificate a divorce has to take place and then the real parent has to go to court to ask for his name to be put on the birth certificate. A divorce is not needed but the biological father has to provide proof via a DNA test and show the court and then his name can be put on the birth certificate.

Can a father have his name added to a child's birth certificate if the mother agrees?

A child's biological father can have his name added to a child's birth certificate regardless of whether or not the mother agrees to it. If the biological father voluntarily relinquishes his parental rights and the child is legally adopted by another man, his name can be added to the birth certificate in place of the biological father.

Can mother put biological father's name on birth certificate if they are not married and he does not sign?

If you're in the US, no, she cannot just list him on the birth certificate without him being involved in the process (he normally has to sign a separate form acknowledging paternity) Only the father can sign his name to the birth certificate, but he is able to do so regardless of whether they are married unless the mother is married to someone else. In that case the husband of the mother would have to be ruled out as the child's father before the biological father can sign.

In Florida is it illegal for the birth mother to put the adoptive mother's name on the birth certificate?

Yes. It is illegal to falsify information on a legal document. The information you provide on the birth certificate must be accurate. An original birth certificate is issued before an adoption and it shows the identity of the biological parents. That record is sealed until opened by a court order. An amended birth certificate is then issued with the names of the adoptive parents and that becomes the child's official birth record in the public records. .

Can an unmarried father take a child from its mother if his name is on the birth certificate in Texas?

No. An unmarried father has no right to keep the child from her mother unless there is a court order to that effect. He has no personal legal authority to keep the child. In the absence of any order, if he takes the child and fails to return the child to the mother she should call the police. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he must establish his paternity by signing the birth certificate at the time of birth (waiving DNA testing rights) which must be done with mother's consent. If he doesn't sign the birth certificate then he must seek another way to establish his paternity and that is done through a DNA test. A paternity test can be arranged through the court. Once paternity is established in court, the father can request visitations or custody through the court. If the mother retains physical custody she can request that the court issue a child support order. If the father gets physical custody he can request a child support order.. No. An unmarried father has no right to keep the child from her mother unless there is a court order to that effect. He has no personal legal authority to keep the child. In the absence of any order, if he takes the child and fails to return the child to the mother she should call the police. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he must establish his paternity by signing the birth certificate at the time of birth (waiving DNA testing rights) which must be done with mother's consent. If he doesn't sign the birth certificate then he must seek another way to establish his paternity and that is done through a DNA test. A paternity test can be arranged through the court. Once paternity is established in court, the father can request visitations or custody through the court. If the mother retains physical custody she can request that the court issue a child support order. If the father gets physical custody he can request a child support order.. No. An unmarried father has no right to keep the child from her mother unless there is a court order to that effect. He has no personal legal authority to keep the child. In the absence of any order, if he takes the child and fails to return the child to the mother she should call the police. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he must establish his paternity by signing the birth certificate at the time of birth (waiving DNA testing rights) which must be done with mother's consent. If he doesn't sign the birth certificate then he must seek another way to establish his paternity and that is done through a DNA test. A paternity test can be arranged through the court. Once paternity is established in court, the father can request visitations or custody through the court. If the mother retains physical custody she can request that the court issue a child support order. If the father gets physical custody he can request a child support order.. No. An unmarried father has no right to keep the child from her mother unless there is a court order to that effect. He has no personal legal authority to keep the child. In the absence of any order, if he takes the child and fails to return the child to the mother she should call the police. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he must establish his paternity by signing the birth certificate at the time of birth (waiving DNA testing rights) which must be done with mother's consent. If he doesn't sign the birth certificate then he must seek another way to establish his paternity and that is done through a DNA test. A paternity test can be arranged through the court. Once paternity is established in court, the father can request visitations or custody through the court. If the mother retains physical custody she can request that the court issue a child support order. If the father gets physical custody he can request a child support order..

Can an unmarried father take a child from its mother if his name is on the birth certificate and there are no court orders?

United States This is a legal problem. In the United States there are laws and guidelines that govern domestic issues and no person must try to solve this type of problem on their own. The laws provide checks and balances to protect the legal rights of the individual from abuse by stronger individuals. . An unmarried mother has sole custody of her child until that status is modified by a court order. The father must establish his paternity through the family court and then obtain a court order to establish his custodial rights and/or visitation rights. A child support order can be issued at the same time. The mother should contact an attorney or a legal advocate at the court immediately . She may be advised to request a restraining order and to have the child returned from the father's home. The state laws must be applied in this case and the court will render its decision based on those laws ..

Can you get your mother taken off your birth certificate?

Of course not. A birth certificate is simply a record of your biological parents. It's what's known as a vital record. Vital records are records of life events kept under governmental authority, including birth certificates, marriage licenses, and death certificates. You can't change the record. Of course not. A birth certificate is simply a record of your biological parents. It's what's known as a vital record. Vital records are records of life events kept under governmental authority, including birth certificates, marriage licenses, and death certificates. You can't change the record. Of course not. A birth certificate is simply a record of your biological parents. It's what's known as a vital record. Vital records are records of life events kept under governmental authority, including birth certificates, marriage licenses, and death certificates. You can't change the record. Of course not. A birth certificate is simply a record of your biological parents. It's what's known as a vital record. Vital records are records of life events kept under governmental authority, including birth certificates, marriage licenses, and death certificates. You can't change the record.

Can the mother of a baby take the child out of a state if the father's name is not on the birth certificate?

A father does not have to be on the bc to have parental rights. To get his rights, if he was not married to the mother when the baby was born, he have to prove paternity in court and can then pay child support and get visitation or custody. So if he is paying child support or have visitation you need his and the courts permission to move out of state. Just visiting out of state is fine if you can agree on the visitation schedule to work in case you will be gone on his days. He can then say no if the visitation is not working.

What information is on your birth certificate?

In the United States, birth certificates contain the day, time and hospital name the birth took place. It also will contain the mother and father's names. The doctor that performed the birth will also be named, and his/her will sign the certificate. Additional information may vary by state.