Unless the daughter is still living with her mother, the father might be able to get the court to terminate support on the grounds that the daughter is emancipated.
Yes they are still married
No, if they are married they have equal custody.
He killed his father and married his mother. (Unwittingly, but still)
He can still gain custody as the presumptive father.
No. If you're married, you're emancipated, and you're on your own.
No, once married he is emancipated.
The mother is 83 and still alive
When married you are emancipated so no.
if you are emancipated you no longer need parent's permission for anything
No single father does until granted them by a court.
If the marriage was legal when it was conducted, yes, it is still legal. And once you are married, in many states you are automatically considered emancipated.
If they are married they are emancipated through the fact they are married, so I would say no.
No...the father still has to provide for his kid till 18 sometimes longer
Yes, if the father signs an acknowledgment of paternity.
Yes. Being emancipated and being a devisee or legatee in a will are totally separate issues.
Yes, you can--you are still married and do not need permission. In a divorce situation, you can be limited to a certain range. Check with your lawyer for specifics.
you would still need your foster parents consent
Nope you still have to be of the age of majority or married. You are only medically emancipated regarding yourself and everything regarding the baby.
Unless there has be a legal divorce they are still legally married and if they tried to marry someone else they would be breaking the law.
No, they divorced when he was about 6. His father remarried when he was 6 or 7, and his mother remarried last April.
If two people are married and share a child, they both have equal custody rights to the child unless declared otherwise by a court.