This one will have to go through a court of law and your parents (if they want custody of this baby) will have to fight your boyfriend for these rights. If the court sees that your boyfriend is too young, not dependable to raise this child then yes, your parents could very well end up with the custody of your baby. It's time you sat down and talked to your parents to be sure they want this great responsibility. If this young man is a nice guy then I would let him at least have some time with his child.
Depending upon circumstances the court could award temporary custody to the birth mother's parents. However, the biological father and his parents would also be granted the opportunity to petition for custodial rights. It is generally accepted that an unmarried mother has automatic and full custodial rights of the child until those rights are challenged. Regardless of who retained custody, the biological father would be granted visitation rights if he so wished. The mother or the mother's parents would not have the option to withold such privileges.
No, not if you're unmarried. According to Oklahoma law, the unmarried birth mother has full legal control, care and custody of her child automatically.An unmarried father has no automatic custody rights. However, he can establish paternity through the courts and then petition for custody, visitation and child support rights.If you are married you and the child's father have equal and automatic legal custody.
As unfortunate as this may be it is possible for the father to get custody of the baby, but not full custody unless the mother is proven unfit. Because reguardless of what happened between the couple the father is still the father of the child, and the father still has his rights as a father to be a part of his child's life.
If the parents of the baby are of adult age, they do. If the parents of the baby are younger than the age of adulthood, the courts will decide who gets custody of the baby. The welfare of the baby must be taken into consideration and if the parents can not provide for it, then a reliable means of support must be found.
Well you would have to give more information than that.... The mom would have custody, since she obviously has the baby. If the father wants the baby and not the mother then he would have to go to court and get it that way. I dout the father would get the baby since court cases usually go towards the mother. Unless she is doing stuff that could or did negatively impact the baby. (like drugs, or drinking while pregnant, stuff like that)
Not sure what your question is. To have the baby or not is your decisison and he has the choice to part take in the child's life or not. Either way he still has to pay child support. The courts wont just give him custody of a baby just because he wants to. Most courts give custody to the mother, especially when the child is a baby.
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