Can the mother of 2 kids just stop letting the father see them if he has parent of recognition papers?
It depends on whether his court order gives him custody/visitation rights.
Does a father have any rights to his child if there are no legal papers and he is not married to the mother?
Yes but he has to establish that he is the father so he has to get legal papers, birth certificate and do a DNA test. Without papers that you are the father you can't go to court and apply for visitation right and custody. Read More
What are legal rights for fathers in Wisconsin if the baby has not yet been born but mother is in labor and adoption papers have not been cancelled?
I would think that if the mother and father are not together and the mother is willing to give up custody of the child to the father than the father would have rights to the child. If the adoption papers haven't been canceled yet they will have to be signed when the baby is born saying that the mother and father give up parental rights to the child Read More
You must have papers for both the Mother and Father of the dog. Without papers, there is no way to prove without a shadow of a doubt that the breed is purebred or not. Read More
Does father have to sign papers for children to go on cruise with mother who has custody and father has visitation?
If the children are leaving the country, yes. See related question link. Read More
If a father gave full custody of the children to the mother on their divorce papers what right does the father still have to see his children or share custody?
You have the visitation rights that were established in the divorce, and you have no custody rights. Read More
How much are pedigree English springer spaniel puppies worth both mother and father have papers father being a champion show dog?
£600 to £700 pound at least for pedigree pups Read More
Need to file a petition for visitation. If the father is the biological father he has a right to visitation. There is no court that will not grant visitation to a father. Unless it is proved in court that the father is unfit. There has to be proof of that. Read More
How do you register a puppy if the mother is a pure bred with out papers and the father is a purebred with registration?
You can't, she doesn't have proof or being pedigree so she is classed as a mutt. Read More
Can a man get rights to a child if he and the mother aren't married to end child support for the biological father if hes willing to sign the proper papers?
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No. Unless she has court written visitation papers or a restraining order. The Father needs to take her to court and get the visitation schedule worked out right away. Read More
If a mother takes the children to a different state and will not let the father know where they are is he responsible for child support if no court papers have been served yet?
No, he is not responsible until court papers are served. Also, he cannot pay if he doesn't know where they are. Read More
What does a seventeen your old girl who has alredy had a baby and wants to get married to the father of the child need to do if her mother will not sign the papers?
either wait until you are 18...or sue her Read More
Ask for a paternity test. Most states require that one is taken to ensure the father is the one who the mother said he is. If your state does not require a paternity test, then I would suggest paying for one out of pocket so that you can take the results to the court hearing. If you are not the father and there are papers stating that there is a hearing then you should be… Read More
I think you would need papers reflecting that you have custody or guardianship--or permission from the mother to see the records. Read More
How do you file court papers against a mother for abusing the system after keeping the child from the father by breaking custody order and going to court 14 times in PA?
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His father, James was from Scotland and his mother was French Huguenot from the Caribbean island of Nevis. There is no record, from thorough study of Hamilton's and other's papers that described anything about an accent. Alexander's father left the family when he was 8 and his mother died when he was 11. He arrived in NY when he was 15 years old. Read More
Father Knows Best - 1954 Father Delivers the Papers 1-24 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G Read More
The stud you are thinking of using has papers and you have copies of both of the papers from the parents of the mother could you get papers for a litter?
If you are referring to AKC registration papers the answer is yes. You will need to register the mother first and you will have to pay a late fee to do that. Once the liter is born you can then register the liter and later each dog. Read More
Can a 22-year-old sue for back child support from a father who was supposed to pay until the age of 18 but only paid one year?
I believe only the mother named in the court papers can sue. The agreement was made between the father and the mother, not the father and child. And even then, it might have to be the court that goes after the father, not the individual. Contact your local courthouse and ask to speak to the clerk of the court and they can provide you with all the information you need. Read More
Your fathers lawyer should contact you if there are papers that he has left. Read More
Father Knows Best - 1954 Father Delivers the Papers 1-24 was released on: USA: 13 March 1955 Read More
According to court papers, Alana Houston, was not Whitney's biological sister, but a step-sister from her dad John's third marriage. Her brother Michael was her biological brother since he and Whitney had the same mother and father. Gary Garland Houston (same mother) and John III (same father) were her step-brothers. Read More
Do the mother and father have to alternate claiming the child each year on their tax returns if they have shared parental responsibility?
No, it's however the parents agree at the time of separation. The court papers will indicate how it should be done. == == Read More
If you are already married to the child's mother and everyone is living together as a family unit, it probably is not diffcult to do so. File the papers at your local Clerk Of Court office. Read More
Mother allowed children to go to Ohio on vacation with grandparents now father who was never married to mother or never has established paterneity is keeping children. he has filed custody papers.?
You should consult with an attorney immediately and try to go pick up those children. Read More
yes yes yes The UK Kennel Club are not going to register puppies from Brother/Sister, Mother/Son and Father/Daughter matings from March this year. Read More
Is it faster for him to get his papers if you marry in Mexico or the United States and how long does the process usually take?
EXTENSION TO THE QUESTION ABOVE: He already has a ss#. His father is a legal resident (he lives with his mother in mexico). It is believed the # was for tax purposes only, but it isn't a certainty. Will this affect the party getting married or will it affect the filing of the papers? Read More
If illegal immigrant mother leaves country and father gives up all rights does he still have to pay child support?
If the father gave up all parental rights - then he would not have to pay child support. Plus, if the mother is out of the country and is an illegal immigrant - she would not be a part of the child support system. She would need to be in this country. But, the main things is - if the father "legally" (signed papers) to give up his parental rights, then he is not liable… Read More
A married father has the same rights as the mother, but single fathers have nothing until granted them. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the birth he can establish his paternity… Read More
When mom has primary physical and dad has joint legal does dad have 1st right to keep the child when the mother is on vacation.It says no such thing in my court papers. should I be worried?
Depends on your state and county but, if the child is not with you on vacation and the child is left with a sitter, the father still has rights to visitation according to the custody agreement. What is there to be worried about? It is the child's father and the father has every right to the child as the mother does. The right thing to do is have the father watch the child instead of… Read More
your parents would need to sign papers legally letting you marry the other. Read More
not if she's married, or a single mother living in Arizona Read More
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In a father in Washington signs over his parental rights can the mother in later years change her mind?
No. Once the legal papers are signed and filed, it is permanent The legal rights are terminated permanently and even if minds are changed, it is too late. Read More
If an authorization letter is need to by the father for the son, an attorney can draw up the papers for a small fee. The authorization letter for a home loan will just need to state the father can help the son with financial help. Read More
What are the rights of a father once he signs the adoption papers if the mother decides to keep the baby?
None, the voluntary relinquishment of parental rights is permanent. If a couple are not married the mother is considered to hold full and sole custody of said child with or without the means of a court order, until/unless a court rules otherwise. Read More
If a father signs papers stating he is the father and then tells the state he is not does he still have to pay child support?
He is obligated to pay support until/unless it is established that he is not the father. Read More
If a father is not in a child's life and finally decides to be a part of the child's life can he keep the mother from seeing the child?
Neither parent should keep a child away from the other parent if there is no good reason. A good reason would be abuse, neglect, drug abuse, etc... If there are problems with custody and there are not court custody papers, there needs to be. Go to the court house and have the process started. Without these papers, either parent could keep the child (as long as the father is proven to be the father or… Read More
The best, easiest, and safest way to do this would be to get a lawyer(one that knows custody cases), have them draw up the papers, you and the father both sign them, and the lawyer will file them and get the judge to sign them. Should take no more than 6 to 8 months at the most. Read More
Both parents must be registered with the AKC or an acceptable foreign registry Read More
In the state of Michigan can the father of a child sign off all rights if the mother gives her consent?
As long as the wife has signed the papers stating that she gives all rights to the husbamd, ten in Michigan state he should not have any problem with the law. Read More
If a persons mother is illegal and they are a citizen, the citizen can file for a Visa for the mother. The citizen will need to file papers with the INS for citizenship. Read More
For single fathers, with the exception of Arizona, no he can't as he has no legal right to the child. If the parents are married, but separated, than he has equal claim on the child, but this would not prevent the circumstance of the mother filing a parental kidnapping complaint. Male police officers are unlikely to ask for evidence that she actually has legal custody, before arresting the father and returning the children to her… Read More
If the father doesn't have joint custody, then yes. If he does have some sort of custody, probably not. If you went to court, look on the papers or call the court and see how much parental rights he has. Read More
What does Father shall pay child support to mother in the amount of per month payable on the 1st day of each month commencing after entry of this order by wage assingment mean?
Beginning on the first day of the month after the court papers were signed, the court will take child support out of your paycheck every month and give it to the mother of your child. Read More
I'm not sure that becoming a fiancee requires paperwork and I'm not sure what you mean by "getting" the father of your children. Read More
It requires a Motion to the Court for approval. Read More
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