If mother remarries and stepfather adopts the child and they change the name on the birth certificate can they also change the date of birth?

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How can a father who pays child support and whose name is on the birth certificate change the child's last name to his if he and the child's mother were not married?

Answer - In most states, if the parents of a child are not married, then the mother is the sole "legal" parent of the child. Paying child support gives you no legal rights. Child support is not about anything other than helping to support a child whom you fathered. In my state, it does not even quar (MORE)

The parents of a child are unmarried and the father's name is not on the birth certificate. The mother gave the child her last name. Does she have to change it to her father's last name?

NO. In most states the father of the child must be present at the time of birth to sign the birth certificate as the father of the child. It could, in reality, be any man who would be willing to take legal responsibility for the unborn child. A child will only automatically get the father's name if (MORE)

There is No father on birth certificate can stepfather adopt?

If the birth father has paid no support and has had no contact with the child for one year, the stepfather may adopt in most states without permission of the birth father. However, this is still a legal process that requires a lawyer and court documents. The price can still range from $500 to $2000. (MORE)

How do you change your date of birth on your birth certificate?

To change the date of birth on your birth certificate you will have a long discussion to the court why do you want to change your birth date. There are some serious questions that you need to answer before they grant your request, because that certificate is supposed to show the actual date, not jus (MORE)

Can a original birth certificate be changed?

(This answer only pertains to the United States.) For non-adopted people, the answer is NO, the original birth certificate cannot be changed. However, in cases of adoption, original birth certificates are changed--or new "amended" ones are issued--to reflect the adoptive parents' information r (MORE)

Adopted child be to decide to see birth Mother?

An adopted child should be given some information about the birth mother, her age, height, interests, etc. He or she should not be allowed to see her or know her until grown. You do not want her interfering with the way you are raising your child. You do not want contact behind your back. When your (MORE)

If a birth certificate has the wrong father name can you change it?

Yes, it can be changed after paternity of the biological father has been established by the courts, you fill out a change of birth certificate affidavit and send it in with your court documents to the bureau of vital statistics stating who the real father is and the birth certificate will then be ch (MORE)

How do you change your birth certificate?

Not unless you can show ABSOLUTE proof that the records were initially entered incorrectly. Addded : (in the US) you may NOT ever change your ORIGINAL birth certificate, the only thing you can do is amend it, via court order, using the same criteria as mentioned in the original answer.

What rights does a birth mother have to contact an adopted child?

In the United States the rights of a birth mother to contact an adopted child are determined by state law. If an adoption agency handled the adoption, then the birth mother has no rights until the child is of legal age. After that, the adoption agency will usually help the birth mother find the adop (MORE)

When you had a first name change and you were told that you could get a Certificate of Birth with the new change but your original Birth Certificate would not change is this possible?

The state does not take back your original Certificate. You will now have 2 documents one showing your name at birth and the new one reflecting the change. No one else will ever be able to access the original certificate. Only the new one documenting the change in your name will be available. But it (MORE)

How can i change my name in my birth certificate?

go to your local courthouse and file a petition for the change, then you will see the judge to see if they will allow the order for changing your name, this way you will have all of the legal documentation to take with you to social security office and the drivers license bureau.. Added: The answer (MORE)

If the biological father has not signed the birth certificate or affidavit of parentage and has given no support towards the child would a judge be likely to agree to an adoption by the stepfather?

Not without him being contacted as there's a high rate of mothers lying about this. They are receiving cash child support payments while telling everyone they are getting nothing. Also, women are known to wait up to 18 years to file a retroactive child support award after not having informed the m (MORE)

Can you change your birth certificate name?

Generally, you can change your name legally through a simple court process but your name will remain the same on your birth record. Name changes do not carry over to birth records.

Can the Birth Certificate of an Adopted Child be changed legally from the original Birth Date?

While it is possible to change a child's birth date, it requires proof of some kind. Frequently this happens with kids adopted from overseas, whose actual birth dates are not known. A "best guess" birth date ends up on the kid's papers, and sometimes later some more information comes to light (e.g. (MORE)

How do you change a birth certificate from Mexico due to adoption?

Children must always be adopted in court that has jurisdiction over the place where they resided at when they were placed with you. You will be unable to get a Mexican birth certificate until you do so. The American consulate will be able to give you names of attorneys. You may have problems t (MORE)

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. (MORE)

What are the legal rights of a stepfather when mother is deceased and no father is named on birth certificate if the child was born during a nonlegal separation?

The step father has no "legal rights" in most jurisdictions and he must try to establish legal custody through the family court. State laws vary. If the biological father has been in the child's life and had visitation, he may be favored if he wants custody of his child. There are many variables the (MORE)

Am I legally responsible for changing my name on my child's birth certificate if the mother has put someone elses name on it?

It is unlawful to purposely enter the wrong information on a birth certificate. The birth certificate is part of the Vital Public Record, a legal document, and it should indeed be an accurate and factual document. If the mother knowingly put the wrong name on the birth record she could be prose (MORE)

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. G (MORE)

Did Obama change his name when his mother remarried?

No, contrary to internet myths, the president has never changed his name, nor has he ever used his step-father's name. He has always been Barack Obama, although at times he preferred to be called Barry rather than Barack.

Can an adopted parent change the child's birth certificate to their own child?

Yes they can but they have to go to court for it. It is often however not in the child's best interest since many try to find their birth parents and siblings when they are adult with their own families. Changing the birth certificate makes it very if not impossible to do so. So think twice about wh (MORE)

The name of the father was falsified on the birth certificate. How can it be changed?

You need a court order to change a birth record. You haven't provided much detail but you will need to provide an account of how and why the false information was provided for the child's official record of birth. You should visit the probate and family court and ask to speak with an advocate, if po (MORE)