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If your boyfriend who is the father of your daughter is threatening to take her and not give her back what are your rights?
Unless their is custody involved the girl's father is able to take her and not give her back. If their is custody involved and he takes the girl and won't give her back then that would be considered kidnapping.
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What can you do when an abusive father threatened you to give up custody and now refuses to follow the court order to give you visitation rights and any placement?
Answer You are a mother ... fight!!!!! You can seek out legal counsel and go to court to fight for the rights of your children. If your ex has any record of abuse against …you or your children (or both) you can fight this in a court of law and get either partial or hopefully full custody of your child(ren). If you can't afford legal counsel then seek out your local Women's Abuse Centers (you can go to Mental Health or your local law enforcement agency and ask them where these centers are) and fight through them. They have people who will help you fight for your rights in court to get your children back .......... OR When your ex keeps forcing you to give up custody he is breaking the law! Seek out legal advice and if necessary (and you have proof) go to the media for help. People don't take kindly to any man (or woman) being abusive with the other partner or children involved.
If your illegal ex-boyfriend is threatening to take custody of your unborn child and is planning to take him or her out of the country what rights can he possibly have being an illegal?
No right at all.
Should I file for child support for my 5 year old daughter which I have not done because her father has threatened to take her from me if I do?
If you feel as though you would be awarded custody then go for it times are not easy and the father helped you make her he should help support her. It took me 4years to …realize it and then I looked into what the argument would be in court because most states are mother states they more then likely award custody to the mother and one of your arguments can be that he threatened to take her away if he had to help support her. The most the court might ask you to do is partial custody and award you a smaller portion of child support but it is well worth it. CJ
I would like to know how I would go about have my daughter give up his rights.
I have an older sister and from the time she was 14 she was in an abusive realtionship. I seen alot of what was going on, he moved in with us when I was just 8. Once he moved …in my sister seemed to change completely. She seemed like she didn't want anything to do with us and it was like my parents just let it happen. They would babysitt me a lot and I saw two completely different people in the person she was with. The guy that was perfect when my parents were home and the psychopath when they weren't. My sister would always do anything to please him and my parents took it as she was crazy about him but in all reality she was just trying to keep him happy (literally). It's good that you have recognized that your daughters boyfriend as 'controlling' because it can lead to much more and I've seen it. You should also remember that for a teenager the whole age of dating opens up a completely new world for us and loved ones sometimes may feel neglected. Your daughter may be taking your concern for her as you meddling in her business and it could be, as in my sisters case, that is exactly the world is keeping her in.It probably seems the more desprite your attempts, the closer she stays to him. The only way I could give you any advice is to try to communicate as best you can to try and find a level ground instead of telling her what all is wrong with her relationship. Keep her involved with the family, try and get to know the guy a little better, (so maybe his insecurities seem to ease) and let her know that you welcome the good and the bad that comes with her happiness. It's better to do that and let her know that your there for her instead of forcing anything on her and shielding her from the world. I know if my parents had done that with my sister than it wouldn't have gone on for so long and she would've realized that he wasn't the only person in her life and would've got out of the relationship a lot sooner...
If the father has threatened your life and has also threatened to take the child and not bring him back If he pays his child support does he still have rights to see his child?
If he is acting dangerous, violent and abusive you need to seek proper legal advice - you should check online for somewhere you can go to get free advice and counselling…. This person sounds like it is only as matter of time before he hurts you or your child.
There are a myriad of questions that would determine this. The short answer is no, mere threats aren't actionable. Your best avenue on this may be to illustrate the le…gal hot water he may find himself in...and then to mean it and actually follow through! 1) How old are the parties involved? This should seem obvious. If one or both of the parties are generally under the age of 18, that may become a problem for him. 2) What state do you live in? States define obscenity differently, and they all have different privacy laws. These laws are different still when minors are involved. 3) Were the pictures taken with your daughter's knowledge and consent? If they were, it weakens your arguments. It's easier to claim tortitous behavior when she didn't know these were being taken, than to have actor's remorse afterwards. 4) What transmission method is he going to use? The transmission method may mean the difference between a potential state avenue versus a federal one. If he prints them out and distributes them locally, that's one thing. But if he emails them or sends them via text message etc, then he used a wire for inter-state transfer (even if the recipients are in the same state as him) and federal remedies become a possibility. 5) Are you sure he even has pictures? Pointing all this out and making a few threats of legal consequences of your own may be enough to dissuade him. Unfortunately your best avenues won't be available to you UNLESS he actually does something. You can try getting a court order forcing him to turn over all the pics that he has, but I'm doubting that would work.
Her father gives his daughter his LAST NAME and when she marrys the daughter takes the new last name of the husband,so,her father takes back his LAST NAME
Call the police...get domestic violence counseling and a restraining order.
What to do when your boyfriends ex threatens suicide when he wont take her back and want to be with me?
No. DON'T break up with him. His ex needs to see a therapist. You shouldn't have to go through pain because of that. You need to talk to the girl or tell her parents or …something. Because she needs some help.
The father did not sign any paper giving up his daughter or his rights as a father and he never will But the daughter is living in South Carolina with her grandmother?
And your question is? Termination of parental rights is a separate matter from custody (either legal and/or physical).
Any arrears are still owed, but he can't anyway. see links below
You are in a mess. No. Back talk does not give your dad the right to hit you and threaten you. Still, the law does not like to get involved in family matters. So, even by tell…ing the cops that it is happening, it might not help your cause. Talk to a school counselor. You need to find out how to get someone on your side.
Does a father who is paying child support on his daughter have the right to stop paying once his 16 year old daughter gives birth to a child?
Yes you can sign over your rights. Only the courts can terminate parental rights. In this case, the child should be adopted.
My boyfriend and I are breaking-up he wants the items he placed in my home back furniture and stereo equipment and has threatened police involvement Legally does he have a right?
Yeah, give those item back to him. You don't need to be reminded of him any more. Move on and get over him.