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well the parents of the girl can file charges against the boyfriend or the state could go ahead and persue. my nephew is in this situation he is 19 and got a 15 year old pregnant. they are not pressing charges thank goodness!! but from what i know the state could take over if she is under 16 so please be careful. Answer It depends on the laws of the state where you live. Do not assume that just because he's underage as well, that he can't be charged with a crime. Again, the depends on the laws of the state where you live. Answer In Texas, if you try to file charges against two minors, they'll just throw it out of court. Not sure about other places.
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Well pretty much the only thing you can do, prepare your will, and statement to the court, because no matter what whether she said it or not,well th court doesnt care be…cause they figure it is his responsibility to make absolutley sure before doing something like that.
Can an Underage mother whod wants to put baby up for adoption prevent the underaged father from adopting?
I Know Of Something Similar To This Happening About A Year And A Half Ago. The Father Wanted The Baby And The Mother Did Not, However, They Were Not Underage. But We…ther You Are Underage Or Not Doesn't Make The Difference, In Some States If You Have A Child Than You Are Automatically Considered An Adult By Law, It's True For Michigan Anyways. Well, The Father Wanted To Keep The Baby And The Mother Did Not, So What The Mother Ended Up Doing Was Dropping The Child Off At A Police Station And The Infant Was Taken Into Custody By The State, By The Way, Dropping A Child Off At A Police Station Or A Hospital Is Only Legal If The Infant Is Three Days Old Or Less. Anyway, The State Got The Child, And The Father Sued And He Won The Case, Putting His Baby's Mother In Jail For Awhile, And He Got Full Custody. So, There's My Legal Knowledge, Now I'll Give You My Advice: For One, Why Give The Child Up If There's A Parent Willing To Take Care Of Him/Her? The World Needs More Fathers Like This One, We've Got Too Many Deadbeats. And If The Father Has No Reason To Not Be A Fit Father Than He Will Get Full Custody, No Matter What The Mother Wants, All She Has To Do Is Sign Her Rights Over, Unless She Does Something Horrific, Then Her Rights Will Just Be Taken From Her. Anyway, It's Pretty Sick To Try To Force Adoption On A Parent Who Is Trying To Care, The Only Way The Mother Could Do This Is If The Father Was Visibly Unable To Care For The Child And The Mother Would Have To Prove That To The State, Then The Child Would Be Taken From The Father's Care. Ex. If The Father Beat The Child, Neglected The Child, Molested The Child, Or Was Unemployed, In Debt, Or Had Drug Problems, Gang Problems, Etc Etc Etc. Those Would Be Some Probable Causes For The Child To Be Legally Taken From The Dad. But If The Mother Just Simply Wants Nothing To Do With The Baby And Wants The Same For The Other Parent Then No, The Mother Will Not Win.
Can a underage father sign his paternity rights away to the husband of the mother of his child and what are the conditions necessary to make it legally binding?
The context is California law
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This is a hard question to answer, but given the same situation, I believe that I would support him and her. He is, after all, your son - you love him. It may not be an …ideal situation, but it's what you've got. Encourage him to make sensible decisions, but do not try to change his mind about things. Be there, for the both of them, and recognize the baby for what it is... a true gift.
It depends on your state, and how many underages you get. In my state, Wisconsin, the first underage results in a $300 ticket, and if you are under 18-your parents get c…alled and you get taken to jail. If you are over the age of 18, and you were at a party and weren't driving- you'll get the ticket, and they'll tell you to go home. If you get three underages, you get your license taken away. And most of the time if you fight the ticket and apologize to the judge and take 10 hours of alcohol abuse counseling from the city-they'll drop the ticket.
both can sign. some hospitals will question depending on the age difference between the parents
Every state has there own laws. I would think in any state you would need to get your parents or guardians permission to do so. Good luck.
What legal rights does an underage father have if the underage girlfriend is not allowing him visitation or any rights to the child?
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Same rights as an adult. You have the right to be a dad and see your child and pay childsupport.
When she reaches the age of majority for her state, age 18-21.
Can the parents of someone underage become the legal guardians of their grandchild and what happens when the mother turns 18?
You can't become the legal guardians just based on the fact that she's a minor. If there are good reasons to remove her guardianship you have to go to court and if she wants t…o fight it she can do that at any age.
If the underage divorced mother is below the age of emancipation in her state, the fact that she is a mother does not automatically confer emancipation on her. Therefore, her …parent can legally make decisions for her until such time as she reaches legal age, or becomes emancipated.
Does a new wife have the right to tell her husbands child's mother that they cannot call there house anymore when the child is still underage and the father has partial legal custody?
This would not be treated as a legal right unless the problem involves the mother having the child call so that she can than take the phone to harass. Beyond that, there shoul…d be open communication between the father and child, though it might be best for the child to be calling his cell phone.
Custody is determined by a judge. If the father is not underage, he may be more likely to be granted custody because he has a more likely ability to provide for the child (how…ever underage or not- if he hasn't already been convicted of statutory rape, he may be at this time). An underage mother may plead the judge to give custody to the father, but ultimately it is the judge's decision. If you think the decision was made unfairly, you may be able to appeal it. A mother CAN illegally leave the father with a child, but the mother must permanently leave and faces risk of prosecution... The child may also be put up for adoption if neither parents will agree to take care of it.
In order to petition for custody or visitation right by the court you have to establish paternity by a DNA test. Then you can obtain a visitation schedule and also start payin…g child support.
What would happen to the father who signs the birth certificate and is over age when the mother is underage?
You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should b…e supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time. You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should be supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time. You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should be supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time. You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. However, you should be aware that the court can order a paternity test to establish your paternity since you should be supporting the child. The mother can request an order at any time.