Can someone give you their baby legally if they cant give it a home without going through an adoption agency?
YES ,BOTH PARENT'S HAVE TO SIGN OVER THEIR PARENTAL RIGHT'S( YOU CAN GET THE FORM @ THE LAW LIBRABRY IN THE COURT HOUSE ) STATE REASON FOR RESIGNING RIGHT'S IS SO THAT THE CHILD CAN BE ADOPTED. TO FILE THE PAPER WORK WOULD BE APPROX.. $200.00 DEPENDING ON YOUR LOCAL COURT HOUSE.
Yes, you can give a child up for adoption without going through an adoption agency. It's called a private/independent adoption. Read More
Can you get adopted if your parents put you in a house with someone you don't want to live with if someone else will take you without your parents permission in the state of Florida?
No. Adoption laws are strict. The court or parents must first legally sever parental ties before an adoption can take place. Read More
you could, but it should be done legally otherwise complications can arise at a later date. Read More
Can you legally give your newborn away without a home study or adoption process If so isn't it risky for the safety of the child?
No you can't-legally that would be criminal neglect. Read More
Then it's not a adoption and is illegal. You have to have papers to show who the child is and where he comes from etc. You might loose the child and go to prison. This is also for the best of the child. If he wants to find out about his past one day and to make sure he has not been illegally taken from his parents. To have a proper and legal adoption you… Read More
Legally, probably not. Not unless they have legal custody of the minor's child. Read More
When you adopt without an adoption agency it is called a private adoption. Read More
Could a birthmother legally give up a baby without the fathers consent by Adoption laws in AZ in 1987?
yes, if she is suffering from some problems and her husband is not supporting her. Read More
Not legally or without risking being banned Read More
By finalizing the adoption, the child becomes legally the same as a biological child with the same rights. Before the adoption is finalized, the kid is simply a kid living in the same building. If the parent dies without a will, the kid gets nothing. Also, if the biological parent wants the kid back and the adoption is not finalized, all the biological parent needs to do is pick up the kid. If the adoption… Read More
Yes you have to go they Chickasaw adoption process! Read More
Can a student who has an expired student visa have another way of getting a green card without marrying someone?
Why not just go back to your country, go through the process legally and then you don't have to worry about it. Read More
It usually refers to someone abandoning a person who he/she is legally or morally obligated to take care of. Read More
It is definitely illegal to tape record someone without their knowledge in Maine. This is the case unless otherwise legally stated. Read More
You would becommitting perjury. Read More
Contact the police and an attorney. Read More
Legally they cannot hold title to a car. Someone else has to be listed on the title. Read More
If someone is nineteen years old and giving up their child for adoption does this birth mother's parents have to sign off on this?
Unless the birth mother is the subject of a conservatorship, she should be able to consent without her parents' approval. But some birth mothers will honor their parents' wishes, even though they are not legally required to do so. Read More
I think it depends if his name is on the birth certificate whether he has a say in adoption. If he has custody, or pays child support, he is your acknowledged parent and would definitely have to sign off on your adoption by someone else. If you are of age, you could pay to have your name changed. Read More
Adoption is usually used to establish a legally accepted parent-child or custodial relationship. If your sister-in-law is a minor without custodial parents, it might be possible to adopt her, but as your child, not as your sister. Consult an attorney familiar with adoption law in your area, petition the courts and see if it works. Read More
Yes, if they have probable cause. Read More
no, they are a minor, you are legally an adult Read More
No it's not legal without a legal visa to get married. Read More
Not legally. This would generally be classified as identity theft. Read More
It means that the original author of a story has decided to stop writing for lack of interest or whatever, so they can put it up for adoption. Someone else can adopt that unfinished story and continue writing it how they want without and plagerism accusations. Read More
yes if either She can and does consent to be adopted (adult adoption) Her birth father's parental rights have been legally terminated (Child adoption, can be done in some states from ages 18 to 25) Read More
Not legally. In order to sell real property, someone has to have the authority to do so. Without a letter from the probate court, such a transfer would not be legal. Read More
From my experience this can not happen. If it was a closed adoption in some states you can not be in contact til the child is 21. In most states it is 18. I know this because I am currently searching for my daughter and it was a closed adoption without my permission. Read More
Is it possible for someone that came to US legally but their time ran out is it possible for them to get married without leaving the country?
If your question is 'does merely marrying a US citizen give someone the right to remain in the US' then the answer is 'no'. Read More
No, only someone "of age" (18 years) can live without parental permission, If they do the parents can be charged with abuse. Read More
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Can someone of the age of 18 have siblings and or cousins who are minors legally live with them with or without consent of their guardians?
With consent, yes. Without consent, no. If you do take them in without consent, it could cause legal issues, up to and including kidnapping charges. Read More
If you are married to someone you cannot marry another without having had an annulment or divorce legally. Read More
Can someone give you a newborn baby without going to court basically can they just give the baby over to me with out legal process my sister wants me to have her unborn child?
No you have to have it legally done, otherwise she can come back anytime and claim the baby back and things are going to get messy. The baby will need you as a parent on the paper. Are you going to adopt her baby or fostercare? Call a adoption agency if you are going to adopt. Read More
Not legally, unless it is an internship. Otherwise it would be fraud. It is possible to have someone listed as an employee without them receiving a paycheck, such as an intern or new employee for purposes of insurance and workman's comp. Read More
When someone marries, he is legally bound to one spouse and is not supposed to marry another without divorce. Financially, they are supposed to support each other and a spouse gets some rights over the marital property. Read More
The only way pancakes can be cooked in a cafe legally without a hood is if they are baked. Read More
You can adopt through the cell phone or the telephone using the option 'call for services', then 'adoption service'. When the worker arrives at your lot, as long as no kids have been taken from their parents recently, you can choose gender and age (baby, toddler, child). If a child has been taken from their parents on that save file, they will be first in line for adoption. Read More
If someone entered the US legally at a young age and stayed after his green card expired can he marry a US citizen without leaving the country?
NO WAY DUDE Read More
No, it is illegal to hack someone else's computer(s) without permission. RuneScape also does not provide any cheat codes for players to use. Read More
The simplest way is to be an adult. Once you are an adult you can live where you wish. Until then, the parents get to make the decisions. Read More
You can use a cheat code, or you can have someone beat it for you. Read More
Citizens can legally stay forever. Read More
No, not legally. Read More
Can an individual 18 years or older be legally adopted by a family without severing ties to their biological parents in the US and if so what restrictions may apply?
No, by definition, legal adoption means the severing of all legal connection between the biological parents and re-establishing that connection with the adopting parents. Once you are over the age of 18, adoption has no real affect, unless the individual has been judged incompetent. Read More
If they were an 'emancipated minor' yes. Otherwise, a contract signed by someone under the age of 18 (without a co-signer on the contract) would not be legally enforceable. Read More
It's usually very difficult to leave foster care before turning 18 unless someone comes forward interested in adoption. Legally the only way a 16 year old could leave the foster care system without adoption is to be emancipated. This means that they would be declared an adult before turning 18. The child would need a lawyer to file the motion and a judge would have to make this ruling. In most states the child would… Read More