What rights does the father have against a mother who gets partial SSD for their child from ex husband's SSD and the mother and her boyfriend have no license to meet halfway when living 3 hrs away?
The father has no right to supervise the mother's lifestyle, SSD or no.
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Answer It is possible to voluntarily relinquish parental rights if you meet the TPR requirements pursuant to the laws of the state. (Side bar: Don't expect a friendly reception from the presiding magistrate.) In most cases, you will still have to pay child support, even if you voluntarily sign aw…ay parental rights. (MORE)
Is there any possibility of you getting primary custody of your ex-husband's nephew if you've both had legal custody of the child since he was 2 days old and the nephew's mother is in prison?
Answer . You will need a good lawyer for this and you will have to prove he's an unfit guardian or father. The courts favor leaving the child with their biological parents(s) if possible. If you're lawyer is good and knows some previous cases he may just have the courts lean in your favor. If …your ex is good to his nephew then you don't stand a chance.\n. \nMarcy (MORE)
What rights does a biological father have to a child when he abandoned the mother while she was pregnant and he does not live in the same country as the mother and child?
Answer . he has all the rights if you put his name on the birth certificate but if not then he doesn't have any rights unless he takes you to court has a paternity and then the courts make you put his name on the birth certificate and then you need to ask for child support
Does the father have any custodial rights in Texas if the mother has custody but the child lives with the grandparents?
Do you have a court order saying you have visitation? Are you the biological father? If so then YES. Go back to court and file for custody.
If your husband's 17-year-old daughter is living with her boyfriend at college several hours away from her mother can you pay the remaining child support payments directly to the daughter?
Answer . I believe he needs to go to court and get that changed. What could happen is the Mother can claim he neglected to pay, and he would have to pay the Mother what he has already paid the daughter. If you call your local family law office, I'm sure they can answer that more in detail.
What rights does paternal father have to take son out of abusive household with the biological mother and stepfather and keeping the child away from the paternal mother.?
Answer . There are two ways you can do this. In Canada we call it "Child Welfare." Make an appointment with them and they'll help you out. They may make a surprise visit to the home where your son is living (make sure they do). If Children's Welfare isn't happy with the environment your son …is in then this will help your case (after you retain a lawyer) in court.\n. \nGood luck! (MORE)
Does a father have the right to make a choice that his child and mother of child cannot live with a boyfriend or fiance if the father legal gave custody to the mother?
No, if the biological father does not retain custodial rights he has no say in the living arrangements of the mother and child.. The exception to such, would of course be if the child is in an unsuitable and/or unsafe environment where his or her well-being is in jeopardy.. This does not mean that… the father cannot petition the court for joint or sole custodial rights based upon the situation. (MORE)
A father who wants to sign over his parental rights must fill apetition to terminate his parental rights. He must establish justclaim, and this does not include reluctance to pay child support.
If the mother of an unborn child is a minor does the father have any rights if her mother is trying to keep all rights away from the father who is not a minor?
Google "dad's rights" "father's rights" etc. There are lots of organization with info to help you on this. You will have to legally petition for parental rights, and YOU MUST petition to be on the birth certificate within 24 HOURS of the birth. Now, if you are 21 and the mother-to-be- is 14 then lea…ve her alone and let her parents handle it. If you are a drug dealer or violent criminal, likewise leave her alone and clean up your life. If you are a nice guy and your girlfriend is 18 then go for it - dad's have rights, but you have to go get them sometimes or the court assumes you don't want them. (MORE)
A mother can keep the father away from a child if she has a courtorder. An attorney can file a petition with the court. It alsodepends on the circumstances of the situation.
An SSD ( S olid S tate D rive) is a type of hard drive that uses no moving parts, but rather stores data on Flash chips, similar to a Flash drive or CompactFlash. . S olid S tate D rive
If a mother and father are divorced and their 3 year child lives with the mother should the mother seek permission from the father prior to that child being christened baptised?
I don't know that permission would be required, but discussing it would be the polite thing to do.
First, he must have a good reason to convince the court that the child would be better off in his custody. He would need to convince the court that the mother is unfit and the mother's custody is not in the best interest of the child. The health, safety, and welfare of children is always the court's… primary concern in determining the best interest of children when making any orders regarding the physical or legal custody or visitation of children Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control 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 seek other means of establishing his paternity and that is done through paternity test. A paternity test can be arranged through the court and once established the father can petition for custody. The court will schedule a hearing and the father must present his evidence and argument. The court will review the testimony and evidence to determine if a change in custody is warranted and render a decision. At the same time the court will address child support and if the father is not awarded custody he can request a visitation schedule. (MORE)
In forsyth county North Carolina there is a child 5 years old the father is keeping the child away from the mother for no reason how can the mother file an ex parte order?
Fill out one at the Forsyth County Court House. You can also receive information about it more in-depth there.
What are the rights of a single mother against the child's father if they were engaged when the child was conceived?
\ndepending on your state the single mother has all the rights to the child. In South Carolina that is how the law goes. Although you were engaged you were not married so you have all the rights to the child. Which means you could sue him for child support if you wanted to.
Mother has custody of children but they are living with father temporary can he take the child support away?
Perhaps, and probably. As with all such matters, the father or noncustodial parent must petition the courts with regard to changes to the existing order.
Does a father with shared custody have the right to make a choice that his child and mother of child cannot live with boyfriend?
No, he only have rights to say about the child and not the mother's personal life.
Provided no arrears exist, judges will often reduce the payment to the amount already being paid by SSD. It should be noted that a retroactive reduction of arrears is possible, according to Judge David Grey Ross, Commissioner of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement see links
This is a common problem when children are taken away from the mother, or she voluntarily gives them up to the state, but the state doesn't immediately lace them with the father. You may need to file a custody challenge the same as if you were fighting her for custody. Check the link below on how to… do it. (MORE)
Generally, no. If there are other issues resulting from the arrangement that have a negative affect on the child then you will need to request a court hearing regarding the situation and provide evidence that will convince the judge to modify the existing visitation order.
If a woman is getting child support and the child goes to live with the father but the mother still has visitation does the father still pay child support?
In Missouri, after 30 days the support can stop, but in most states, a modification motion needs to be filed with the courts.
Does the live-in boyfriend of the mother of the child have a right to keep the father who has shared custody of the child from their home?
If the house is owned by the live-in boyfriend, it is considered his property and he has the right to not allow you inside the home.. However, it is the mothers legal reponsibility to make the child available during visitation hours even if they have to meet you off of the property in question.. I…f the boyfriend is refusing the allow the mother to meet her court ordered responsibility, he can be prosecuted in extreme cases. If it is the mother that is failing to meet the court order, she can lose parental custody of the child or be imprisoned for failure to comply with the courts decision.. See related question (MORE)
he cant have contact with the child until they are over 18, they become an adult and responsible for their actions.
If mother knows child is being sexually abused by father. Can she take child away even with court orders against that?
Over 60% of mothers accuse the separated father of sexual abuse at some point, so generally no. What she knows, or believes to know is not fact and is frequently destructive to the child. In cases of Munchhausen By Proxy Syndrome, the mother is actually doing the abuse while believing the father is …the perpetrator. (MORE)
If the father has custody but the mother raises the child can the mother get partial custody of the child?
If the mother is raising the child and the father has custody the mother should return to court and petition for custody and child support, especially if this is a matter of control. She should consult with an attorney or other legal advocate.
If a mother gets her child taken from drug abuse. What rights does the father have if he does not live with her and no custody is court ordered?
Even with a custody award, if the child is in state care, his chances are 15% in getting the child. see links below
Who gets custody of a child when the married mother dies and biological father does not have rights?
I assume this to be an out of wedlock, extra marital affair child. Her husband.
If the mother and father of a child aren't married and the mother is getting married to a military man what rights does the father have if they were to move?
Your rights need to be established by a court order for visitation and for child support. If you have a visitation order in place then the court has jurisdiction over your child and his mother must appeal to the court to allow her to move the child out of state. The court will assess the situation i…n the best interest of the child. If you have not been actively involved in your child's life the court will take that into consideration when it renders a decision. You should consult with an attorney. (MORE)
If a father terminates his rights can he collect child support from the mother if the child lives with him?
if the mother terminates her rights can he collect child support from the mother if child lives with him?
A father cannot 'sign away all his rights' in order to free himself of the obligation to support the child. It could only be done if there is another adult, such as the mother's new husband, who will legally adopt the child and assume financial responsibility.
Can the father who is on ssi have child support lowered for a child that is on ssd for his own dissability?
This answers depends on the state in which the order is filed. Some states allow for this to cause a modification in child support. Check out your states child support guidelines.
If the parties disagree then that issue must be addressed by a court order. 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 th…e 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 and once established the father can request visitations, custody and set up a schedule of regular child support payments for the child. (MORE)
No. The father should seek a visitation order and discuss the situation with an attorney.
What are the chances of a father getting custody of a young child when the child lives with the mother and the mother is supporting the child with food clothes and insurance?
Slim to none. Usually the courts will take the view that whoever has custody will retain custody, unless it can be proven that the custodial parent is abusing the child or the child is in physical danger.
If mother signs off rights and father has custody gets married wife adopts the child would grandparents have rights to see child?
Some states may allow for it, but with that specific set of circumstances, the answer would be no in Texas (and I would imagine most states).
An SSI beneficiary is not obligated to pay child support; however, if there is an order in place, the beneficiary will have to file a motion to have it terminated. The child may be eligible for RSDI based on the obligor's SSA account; if so, that amount is considered child support. If that benefit e…xceeds the amount ordered for child support, the obligor does not owe any additional payment. (MORE)
The child would need to have the father's paternity established. Once paternity has been established the child is entitled to inherit from her father's estate and collect under his social security benefits while the child is a minor. You should consult with an attorney. The child would need to have… the father's paternity established. Once paternity has been established the child is entitled to inherit from her father's estate and collect under his social security benefits while the child is a minor. You should consult with an attorney. The child would need to have the father's paternity established. Once paternity has been established the child is entitled to inherit from her father's estate and collect under his social security benefits while the child is a minor. You should consult with an attorney. The child would need to have the father's paternity established. Once paternity has been established the child is entitled to inherit from her father's estate and collect under his social security benefits while the child is a minor. You should consult with an attorney. (MORE)
No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect. No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect. No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away …from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect. No. A father has absolutely no right to keep a child away from the mother unless there is a court order to that effect. (MORE)
Yes. You should break up with him, something like this is serious and should not be forgiven for at least after some time.
Take away how? As in getting custody? Yes it can happen if he files for such and the court finds it is in the best interests of the child to do so. Otherwise, both parents are expected to abide by the custody order currently in place and the parent who doesn't can find themselves in some serious leg…al trouble. (MORE)
Is it kidnapping if the father goes and gets his child from out of state from the steparent if they have no rights when the mother has died?
The father should consult with an attorney but unless he has been declared an unfit parent by the court with jurisdiction over the child, or he has given up his parental rights, he would be the primary choice for custody of the child. The father should consult with an attorney but unless he has bee…n declared an unfit parent by the court with jurisdiction over the child, or he has given up his parental rights, he would be the primary choice for custody of the child. The father should consult with an attorney but unless he has been declared an unfit parent by the court with jurisdiction over the child, or he has given up his parental rights, he would be the primary choice for custody of the child. The father should consult with an attorney but unless he has been declared an unfit parent by the court with jurisdiction over the child, or he has given up his parental rights, he would be the primary choice for custody of the child. (MORE)
Step parents have no legal rights regarding their step children unless they legally adopt them. However, if he has been there all their lives and the biological father is not interested, he can petition the court for custody. There are cases where the step parent was granted custody by the court bec…ause they have been in the position of a parent for so long but getting custody because you were married to their mother - no. (MORE)
That would be called joint custody and can be a good arrangement if it can be accomplished.
If not married the custody belong to the mother automatically and the father have to go to court to get visitation rights or custody. If the mother can not take care fo the child and neglects it, the father can alsoi get custody.
Your ex-husbands mother in law would be your mother...he already left you so id say yeah
It depends on several factors including whether the parents are married, divorced or unmarried and whether there are any outstanding court orders regarding custody and visitation. Some points to consider: . If the parents are married both parents have equal parental rights. . If the parents are …unmarried and there are no court orders regarding paternity the father has no legal rights until he has established paternity through the court. He can then request custody or visitations. In this case the mother must consent to the father having legal physical custody which she can do without giving up her parental rights. . If there are any existing custody and visitation orders those must be modified by the court in order for the father to have legal custody. . The parties should seek the help of an attorney who specializes in custody issues who can review the situation and explain the options. (MORE)
He should file for custody as soon as possible. Also child support or change the existing order if it requires him to pay her since she would then pay him. There is also different time limits between the states when someone is considered abandoning their child so it would depend on how long she has …been gone before her rights can be terminated if that is what someone wants. (MORE)
Yes. And it's not the mother who gets his rights terminated, it is the court.
I am the only child of my father who is deceased. His mother passed away in California. She has one daughter and one step-son living. What are my rights to her estate if she had no will?
I am assuming that your grandmother does not have a spouse who is still living. In California, if a resident dies without a will or trust, then the laws of intestate succession are used to determine who will inherit the estate. If your grandmother was not married, then the estate would be divided in… equal shares (if they are in the same generation) to her children. If there are no children or grandchildren living, then the estate would go to her parents. If her parents are no longer living, then the estate is distributed to the "issue of the parents." (Issue is the legal term for children, grandchildren, etc.) I am not an attorney but typically, in your situation, you would inherit one third of the estate. (Your father's portion.) (MORE)
SSD stands for Solid State Drive. It is a computer drive that uses memory chips instead of physical disks to store data. It is much faster than the physical disk, but also more expensive.