Can a mother deny a father paternity test in Indiana?
No. No woman can by law deny a potential or possible father of a paternity test of their child(ren).
Yes she can deny it unless he get a court order for it. Then she have no choice. Just like she has rights as a mother, he has rights as a father.
In Missouri an unwed mother has all the rights to the child until paternity is established. However, she also has all the responsibility. That means that she cannot ask for child support either, until paternity is established. She can deny visitation, but she can't get support. Once the father establishes paternity he can asks for the same rights and responsibilities as a married parent. If mom won't help dad establish paternity, he can go to… Read More
You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or… Read More
If you are not the legal guardian she has the right to deny it. their has to be some type of proof other then word of mouth. only the guardian can allow it to proceed. same goes for the father, he can deny the test as well. its just the way things are.
Establishing paternity is very simplified these days and can be determined by comparing the DNA of the parties involved. When a child is born, the baby will get half of his DNA from Mom and the other half from Dad. By comparing the baby's DNA to that of its biological mother, any genes inherited from Mom can be eliminated. What remains then are the genes inherited from Dad. Comparing the DNA probes of the child… Read More
Can you deny the father the right to see the baby after he or she is born at least until you leave the hospital?
Yes, assuming that the couple are not married. An unmarried mother has sole custodial rights until the biological father establishes paternity and is awarded custodial and/or visitation rights by the court.
How is a mother legally able to receive back child support on a child who is 19 and married without any paternity testing and without the father's signature on the birth certificate in Arkansas?
A mother could obtain a child support order under those circumstances if the father didn't appear at the hearing, contest his paternity and request a DNA test to disprove his paternity. At the time of the hearing for child support the father has the right to contest his paternity and request a paternity test to make certain he is the father. He must show up at the hearing prepared to deny that he is the… Read More
Does an unwed mother have rights to deny shared custody if the child's father has not established a permanent residence and currently living with one of his parents until he can afford his own place?
The following is general information only. In order to acquire parental rights the father must establish his paternity legally in court. Once his paternity has been established he can request joint custody and a visitation schedule. Once his paternity has been established, the mother has no right to deny him his parental rights without a court order to that effect. The court will also issue a child support order. It is not likely that the… Read More
If the mother has the custody and father has visitation rights does the mother have the right to deny father to call her daughter at appropriate time?
If you are a good mother I wouldn't DENY the father anything. I think you should set time limits as in do not call after8:30pm on school nights and 10-11pm on the weekends. I don't think it is fair to the child to deny the father the right to speak to his daughter. It will only hurt her in the end.
If there is no joint custody then yes, the mother can deny visitation rights to the father. However, unless the father is unfit such as a drug user; belongs to a gang; has a criminal record then the child should come first and should have the right to see the father no matter how the mother feels about the father of her child.
Yes jobs have to give you paternity leave however they do not have to pay you
Depending upon the court and custody arrangements. It is possible (with reasoning) to deny father of visitation. You must prove he is a threat to himself, you or the infant.
Your dating this guy that got you pregnant and hes still married but separated from his wife and is a complete lowlife Does he or will he ever have any chance of getting the baby after its born?
The biological father can petition the court to have a paternity test to prove paternity. Once paternity is proven, the father can petition the court for visitation or custody. In most cases, the father would have to prove the mother unfit in order to receive full custody. The father is likely to get visitation unless the mother can prove a reason why he is an unfit father or there is a valid reason for the… Read More
There is no single, universal answer to your question. The laws vary in different jurisdictions. However, the following is general information pertinent to the United States, Canada and the UK. Most jurisdictions require the father to sign an acknowledgment of paternity when the mother is unmarried. An unmarried mother is not allowed to simply write in a man's name arbitrarily and burden him with fatherhood forever. It should also be noted that simply naming a… Read More
No. A mother has no such power. Only a court can deny visitation rights of a father. During a marriage both parents have equal rights concerning the child. If she wants to stop visits with the father she must petition the court and provide compelling evidence that it is in the best interest of the children. The court will investigate and review the situation and render a decision.
Can a mother deny rights to the father when they are separated but not divorced from seeing his son in Texas?
No. She would need a court order.
The mother cannot deny rights at all. Period. It is up to the courts on who gets what rights. But even the courts will not deny you rights based on if you have a girlfriend or not. However, if the girlfriend in question is around the child and can be said to have a harming effect on the child, then yes, it is possible to loose custody
yes, it is only the universal right of mother to give them up see links below
Child support automatically declared a man to be the father and placed his name on the birth certificate. Can a man be declared the legal father of a child if no DNA test was ever done?
It can happen based on the Mother's signed affidavit in California. However, you can demand for a DNA test that can clear you in Los Angeles County. In the case of unmarried parents generally no, in most jurisdictions. Generally, courts are the entities that issue declarations. Generally, a court will not issue a child support order without establishing paternity legally. If the court does not initiate a paternity test then the man who is purported… Read More
No, but she can ask for supervised. Allegations of this type are standard by gatekeeper mothers.
Yes, He will deny you too in front of the God Father. God is love.
If there is a visitation order the mother must obey it or she will be in contempt of a court order. If she wants to change the court order she has to petition the court for a modification and provide a good reasons why the child should not be allowed to see his father.
Can you deny the father of your child of participating in prenatal doctor visits and the childbirth?
You may have that right if you are not married to the father. He needs to wait until the child is born to establish his paternity. He does not have any right to be present during your medical treatment or the birth. You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction who specializes in family law.
If you're the father, and the mother is attempting to deny you visitation rights, you need to get a lawyer and take it to court. If you're the mother, and you'd like to deny the father visitation rights, you need to get a lawyer and take it to court. Child support is an entirely separate issue. It has NOTHING to do with visitation or custody rights. You are obligated to abide by the court orders… Read More
Only the court can deny rights, the mother can not.
Only if he refuses to tell his new address. Both parents have the right to know where the child lives when with the other parent.
Marilyn never knew her father. On her birth certificate, her mother listed "Edward Mortensen" as the baby's father, but it was later determined that her mother made him up. It is reported that Marilyn's father was a man named Stanley Gifford, a movie producer, but he never acknowledged Marilyn as his daughter, and his children continue to deny it to this day.
No. You would need to go to court to ask for a modification in visitation in order to deny him seeing his child.
Most likely, no. The stepmother is either acting on behalf of the father, in which case your actions are illegal, or she has the rights to them herself, in which case your action is still illegal.
He must return to the court that has jurisdiction and file a motion for contempt. A mother who continues to deny visitation can lose custody altogether.
Have you considered the following questions? Are you legally claiming paternity? Does the alien mother agree, or deny, that you are the father? Have you undergone DNA testing? Has the child been DNA tested? Is she claiming the child to be an "anchor baby?" Multiple questions and multiple problems arise with this whole scenario. I strongly suggest you contact an attorney skilled in the practice of immigration law.
The answer depends on several factors that include marital status of the parents. Generally, if the parents are legally married one parent cannot keep the child from the other parent. If the parents are not married and there is no court-ordered visitation the mother can keep the child from the father but the father can petition the court to establish his paternity and request a visitation schedule ordered by the court. Unwed mothers generally have… Read More
What rights does a father have if the mother of his unborn child leaves the state and denies him the right to care for his child and then comes back 6 years later suing for child support?
He has to prove paternity in court to get his parental rights. He can then petition for custody, visitation and pay child support and also petition to sign the birth certificate. He could have done this 6 years ago when the child was born. The mother cannot deny him his parental rights. Now he will have to pay child support and he can even owe for 6 years back.
The answer depends on where they live and the laws in their jurisdiction. In most states the husband is automatically assumed to be the child's father unless there are documents filed that establish another man as the child's father and deny the husband's paternity. If you find yourself in this position you should consult with an attorney immediately.
no, the law states that the father has to disown or give all rights to the mother in order for her to remove him, now if the father has a history of child abuse or something else the court can put a restraining order against him so he isn't allowed near u or the child for so many feet.
Absolutely not. The mother must obey the visitation order or she is in contempt of a court order. If she desires a change, she would need to provide compelling evidence that visits with the father are harmful to the child and request a modified visitation order from the court. The court would review the situation and issue a ruling. Furthermore, courts generally do not view being gay as a valid reason to deny access.
How can the father of a child be ordered to pay child support if his name is not on the birth certificate and his last name is unknown?
If the couple are unmarried paternity must be established before a child support petition can be filed. If the father refuses to take a paternity test the court can order him to do so. The matter of not knowing his last name is indeed troubling and may be reason enough for the court to deny any motion for testing or support. Contact the department of family and children's services or the state health and human… Read More
Where is this verse located if you deny jesus in front of man he will deny you in front of his father?
Matthew 10:33 - 33 but whoever denies me before men, I also will deny before my Father who is in heaven. 2 Timothy 2:12 - 12 if we endure, we shall also reign with him; if we deny him, he also will deny us.
If a father has custody and the mother has visitation rights does the father have the right to deny all access to the child because he is angry?
No, court ordered visitation can only be revoked by the judge issuing the order (sometimes by an appeal to a higher court). The mother should insist her legal representative petition for a court order to enforce her visitation rights.
If your mother has primary custody and your father partial then can you deny your father his right to take you to his house on weekends and if not than a teenager of what age has that right?
I think it is either 14 or 16 but you need to request a hearing with a local family court judge and talk about this in court.
What is the bible phrase where it says if you deny me in front of your friends i will deny you in my house?
Mt:10:33: But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven.
No. Being poor is not a reason to deny a mother custody. Being poor does not make a mother unfit. The court will evaluate the situation and make a custody order in the best interest of the child. If the father is wealthy and the court decides the child should live with her mother it will issue a child support order based on the income of the father and state child support guidelines. Rich men… Read More
A mother cannot deny court ordered visitations. She must return to court, seek a modification of the order and provide evidence that will compel the court to limit visitations. "Unfitness" must be determined by the court. A mother cannot deny court ordered visitations. She must return to court, seek a modification of the order and provide evidence that will compel the court to limit visitations. "Unfitness" must be determined by the court. A mother cannot… Read More
When married they both have equal right to the children so if there is no court order for temporary custody she can not. In that case the father can in fact go to court and get temporary custody if he wants. If there is one there should be a schedule for visitation.
The passage you have in mind might be located in Matthew 10.
Can a mother in Iowa deny rights to a father who has no contact in over one year and paid no child support since the child's birth 14 months ago?
I hope so. Similar situation. My baby is two this week.
I was treated 10 years ago and today I have a two year olc daughter who looks too much like me to deny she does not look at all like her Chinese mother so I am not concerned about who the father is
Should you tell your mother or other sibling when you witness seeing your father is in a really intimate position with a girl in a dark room in your house?
Since you feel you caught your father in a very intimate position with a girl in a dark room in his own home then you should speak with your father first. He may deny it and hope he can convince you that what you saw was harmless, but it's apparent you are mature enough to know what you see. If he admits he was flirting and not to tell your mother then tell him he… Read More
In cases where the parents of minor children are unmarried the mother generally retainssole custodial rights until the father files a custodial suit. However, this does not mean the mother of the minor children can arbitrarily deny the father's rights of visitation.