Can military sign over parental right?
has no jurisdiction to do so.
In the state of Maryland what happens if a man wants to sign over his parental rights because he never gets to see the child?
Any time you sign over your right to something you waive your right to its use and/or possession and you transfer your interest to another party. It could be a car, an inheritance, real property, or your parental rights to your child. You should make certain you are fully informed of the consequences before signing over your rights.
Only any court filing fees that may be involved. You will have to pay child support, even if you sign over your rights as that is a separate obligation, unless the child is being adopted. Terminating your parental rights only stops your right to visit your child or have any decision making input in their lives.
Where would you be able to find information on how your fiance can sign over his parental rights in the state of Texas?
If you sign over your parental rights, you do just that. You forfit any rights whatsoever you have to the child in question. You will have no legal relation to the child and no right to visit, make decisions for, or claim to be the parent of said child. You are also absolved from paying any future child support. This legal action is not reversible, and takes extreme court measure and consideration.
What is the West Virginia law on signing over parental rights do you still have to pay child support?
If you sign over your parental rights to a child in Maryland do you still have to pay child support?
Yes. Parental rights are yours and you can sign them away. You cannot, however, sign away the child's rights, and one of those rights is the right to support. If you're signing away your rights so that someone else may adopt the child, once they do so you should be absolved from the responsibility to keep paying child support.
There has to be a very good reason or the courts don't allow it(you CAN'T sign over parental rights to avoid paying child support). If you have a valid reason you would want to contact an attorney. Person seeking parental rights would have to go through the court system to have them terminated from someone else.