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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.

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How can a mother keep her child away from their father in Ohio?

Take him to court!


If a father that is married to the mother of his child and is on the birth certificate can the mother take the child and move away without telling the father?

no see links below


If the father wants to leave the mother can he take the child with him?

A father can take his child with him if he can prove that the mother is unstable or unfit to care for the child. Also, the mother can give him her permission to take the child.


Can a mother take her child away from his father a few months?

The only way a mother can take a child away from the custodial father for a few months is if the custodial father approves of it in writing, and the Court approves it if the child is taken out of the State. Without approval from the father, the child can only be taken if: 1. The mother has Sole legal custody of the child. 2. There are no orders that the father be allowed any visitation.


How hard is it to take a child from the only living parent if i'm the mother of deceased father?

Unless the mother of the child is provably unfit for the role it would be very difficult for you to take your grandchild away from its mother


In Michigan if two people have a child together with no custody agreement can the mother take the child from the father?

Only in cases of illegitimate births. Well, the mother can take the child but she can't stop the child from seeing the father. the child deserves to see the father in their life. The father can also take the child back and the parents can share time with the child. Or the child can make his/her own decision to live with the mother or father.


How far can a father take a child away from his mother?

This depends on the moral situation, and the divorce settlement (if applicable).


Is it legal to take your own child away from the house to be properly cared for if the mother doesn't do it?

Only if you are the father or legal guardian can you take the child away legally without a court order. If it is deemed that the child lives in a abusive or neglected lifestyle then CPS (child protection services) will take the appropriate action against the mother.


Can a mother give up her rights to the father?

Yes, if the mother does not want the child and the father is willing to take the child. Then the mother may sign her rights over to the father if the father is able to take of the child. Signing over one's rights will not terminate child support obligation(s).


Can the single father take away the child from the mother's living place without the court order?

Yes, unless there is a custody agreement in order. Neither mother or father has custody legally.


Can the father keep the child away from the mother if she is doing drugs?

yes, because it can be seen as child endangerment. you need to apply for full custody and the mother needs to be declared unfit to take care of the child by the court.


If the father gives up rights to the child can the mother still collect child support from the father?

no the mother should have the legal obligation to take care of the child


When the mother of a child overdosed on drugs and had the child taken away by children's services does the father have to be notified of the incident and where the child will be placed?

yes the child's father has to notified. and they will ask the father and if he does not want to take the child then they will ask other family members and if no family members want the child then they go to the God parents and if the God parents cant take it then they take the child to a foster home


Can grandparents take a child away from a father?

no they can not


Can a relative of a child take away legal guardianship of that child from the other relative if the child is in no harm and being cared for?

yes, if that relative is the mother or father of the child, or the quardian is determined to be unfit to serve.


If Father has had nothing to do with child and mother gets married to another man can that man adopt the child?

The father would need to legally give up his rights to the child or the court would have to take them away in order for the new husband to adopt the child.


What rights does a man found to be the father by default have to said child?

If a father finds out he is the biological father of a child, he has as many rights to the child as the mother does. He can take the mother to court for custody or to set up a parenting plan.


If the mother and father are married can the mother take parental rights away from the father?

No. That can only be done by a court order.


If a child is living with her aunt and was removed from her mothers custody by social services and the father has no interest in the child and has left can the Aunt ask for gaurdianship of the child?

yes the aunt could if the little girl had been taken away from her mother from child services and the father has no intrest. but she can not if the father decides to take custidy then no


Can a father take a child away from mother with no custody agreement in affect?

No.No.No.No.


Can a father take his child out o state when leaves wife?

No. It is assumed that you are referring to a permanent move. He has no right to take the child away from her mother. The mother could report the situation to the police and an Amber Alert would be issued. The father must initiate a court action to end his marriage and set up custody and visitation rights and child support.


Can a father take a baby from its mother if she left him because he hit her?

If you mean that the father hit the mother, and that is the reason she left the father, then no, that is not grounds to obtain custody. The courts usually award custody to the mother, unless she is unable to care for the child, or if she has been proven an unfit parent. Hitting a woman, especially the mother of your child, may actually go against you in a custody suit against the mother, and the mother had every right to take the child and leave if the father of her child hit her. The courts may also look at it as if the father hits the mother, then he may hit the child, too.


Does the father have a legal right to know who is living in the same household as his child?

Generally, no. The father does not automatically hold that degree of authority over the child's mother and the mother does not hold that degree of authority over the father. If the father believes there is a situation that creates an unsafe environment for his child then he must take the matter to court and ask for a court order.Generally, no. The father does not automatically hold that degree of authority over the child's mother and the mother does not hold that degree of authority over the father. If the father believes there is a situation that creates an unsafe environment for his child then he must take the matter to court and ask for a court order.Generally, no. The father does not automatically hold that degree of authority over the child's mother and the mother does not hold that degree of authority over the father. If the father believes there is a situation that creates an unsafe environment for his child then he must take the matter to court and ask for a court order.Generally, no. The father does not automatically hold that degree of authority over the child's mother and the mother does not hold that degree of authority over the father. If the father believes there is a situation that creates an unsafe environment for his child then he must take the matter to court and ask for a court order.


Can a adoption still happen if the father won't sign his rights away?

No, the father, can take custody of the child but this does NOT take custody away from you just because you wanted to give your child up for adoption.


In the state of a Michigan can a mother take joint physical custody away from father?

Only a judge can decide this. None of the parent can take away rights from the other parent. The judge will see to what is best for the child and they usually aim for the child to see both their parents.