What would you like to do?
By signing a birth certificate you are stating that you are the parent and waving right to a paternity or maternity test. or signing you up as a commercial vessel into …the sea of commerce, down a berthing canal to go and try and make the man money... our parents in signing the birth certificate unwittingly signed our rights away to be held by the state. we are then brought into "dock" when we do something wrong. A birth certificate is a powerful document that is used to trade and they are held in a trust holding with you being the unknown beneficiary of all that is within that trust. see http://www.winstonshroutsolutionsincommerce.com/
When I had my daughter, her father was not able to be there at the time, so I was the only one to sign the birth certifiate as a parent. The father's name can be added by the …father at a later date if that is what either of you wants to do. No one but the biological parents can sign a birth certificate.
My son experienced this situation. In California, the answer is to go to the hospital of birth where he showed his California driver's license, Social Security Card, and a DNA… test proving he was the father. His son was born at the county hospital as opposed to a private hospital, which may have an impact on where to go. He had to pay $15 (the fee to file the ammended birth certificate with the county Hall of Records.) He signed the birth certificate in their presence and they kept copies of his CDL, SSC, & DNA test and submitted it
You cant. What you have to do is get an affadavit of paternity, which has to be signed and notarized by both parents, but not at the same time. Both parents sign and hav…e it notarized, then send it to your state office of vital statistics and the birth certificate will be amended.
He has no rights or legally anything to do with you.
Ordinarily this happens shortly after the child's birth.
What happens to child if woman is married but husband left 8 years ago and baby is 3 and dont know who the father is but has a man to sign birth certificate?
How could you have a 3 year old from a husband that left you 8 years ago? If the husband is not the father and there is no father listed on the birth certificate and if a man …is willing to legally become the father of your child then you need to call your local county court talk to someone in the family law department to see how you would go about doing this, can you make an adjustment to the birth certificate, or would he have to get a DNA test to be able to do that? You might end up having him adopt her as his child, and then he would be listed on a new birth certificate. So call and ask to see what you need to do. Also you could call a few lawyers offices and ask around, they like to give some advise because they want clients. But the family law division will guide you in the right direction as to whether or not you can just make the change. If another man is listed on the birth certificate than that will be more complicated. God bless you and best wishes.
Yeah they can , actually my big sister had a baby and her and her partner ( a woman) names are both on the birth certificate
Not exactly possible as 30% of single mothers do not know who the father is. However, not signing does not absolve him of any responsibility.
Only if you intend to acknowledge that you're her father.
No. Ones astrological sign based on ones date of birth has no legal, or scientific bearing.
Yes, but if the action is challenged by the biological father the BC and the custodial rights to the child can be altered. Technically some might view such an action as fraud.… However, if it is done with good intent there would be no legal repercussions but possible civil ones as noted above.
No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledg…ement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage.
No because the person who provides the information on a birth certificate is attesting to its veracity. A birth certificate is an official record. There may be sanctions impos…ed if the information is found to be untrue. You would also be committing a serious injustice to the child to lie about its parentage.
Only the biological father should sign the birth certificate. By falsifying an official document you would be knowingly and willingly committing fraud.
In most states there is no charge. The father can go to the local health department and request a paternity affadavit. You will have to go get your signature notarized (althou…gh most health departments can do this as well). Otherwise you can start a child support case and they will offer you the right to voluntarily acknowledge paternity as well. This is probably your best case. Although it will establish child and medical/daycare support it will also ensure you are legally ajudicated through the court system.