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Yes, but that does not free him from his child support obligations.

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She can consent to a court ordered guardianship if she has sole custody and the father has no parental rights. If the father has any parental rights he must also consent.She can consent to a court ordered guardianship if she has sole custody and the father has no parental rights. If the father has any parental rights he must also consent.She can consent to a court ordered guardianship if she has sole custody and the father has no parental rights. If the father has any parental rights he must also consent.She can consent to a court ordered guardianship if she has sole custody and the father has no parental rights. If the father has any parental rights he must also consent.


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You need to have parental consent in any case. If your real father has parental rights, he may choose not to let you, but if he has no parental rights (such as if your step-father has adopted you) then you only need his and your mother's consent.


Any father can sign over their parental rights.


Legally speaking, no. A mother can petition a court to do so, however.


In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support.


No. A grandfather has no parental rights and has no right to do anything without the consent of the mother as long as she has custody of the child and he doesn't.No. A grandfather has no parental rights and has no right to do anything without the consent of the mother as long as she has custody of the child and he doesn't.No. A grandfather has no parental rights and has no right to do anything without the consent of the mother as long as she has custody of the child and he doesn't.No. A grandfather has no parental rights and has no right to do anything without the consent of the mother as long as she has custody of the child and he doesn't.


No. Only a court can take away parental rights. If the parents are unmarried only the mother has parental rights until the father has established his paternity in court.


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My question is what forms can i get online for a father to sign over his parental rights.


you can't... sorry my father had his parental rights terminated you can not get them back


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