Can you get a father to relinquish his parental rights without having to go to court?
No. The courts must order this, even if the father consents.
Unless the biological father is willing to voluntarily relinquish his rights to his child or children he cannot be forced to do so. The mother would have to file a lawsuit in the appropriate court to have the father's parental rights terminated. Be advised, the court will not terminate the rights of any parent who does not voluntarily submit to the action or who cannot be proven to be have committed a serious offense (physical…
In Kansas can the biological father have his parental rights reinstated after having relinquished them so the child could be adopted by the mother's new spouse?
Can a woman's boyfriend or husband adopt her children with out having their father give up his parental rights?
Paternity would have to be established first. The father could then get custody and child support from the mother; she does not need to relinquish her parental rights for this. But, if this involves aborting her rights by dropping the child at an ER or with family services, his chances of getting the child is about 15%, while still being required to pay child support and having little to no visitation rights. Often the child…
Is there a state you can get married at the age of fifteen without parental consent or having a court order?
Most parental controls can be temporarily disabled by entering the password the person who installed them set up when they installed them. Since you weren't specific about what parental controls you were talking about, we can't give you a more specific answer (and it's against WikiAnswers policy anyway).
Pretty much nowhere in the US. Offhand I can't think of any state that allows those under the age of 18 to marry without parental consent, with two notable exceptions: In some states minors are allowed to marry despite not having parental consent if the female half of the couple is pregnant, and in some states a judge is allowed to give consent in lieu of parental consent (though in practice this tends to boil…
Can a 17-year-old in Florida with a GED who just had a baby move in with the baby's father who is 18 and has a job and a home without parental permission?
No, there is no record of her father having any member of his family with him while he was in exile. No, there is no record of her father having any member of his family with him while he was in exile. No, there is no record of her father having any member of his family with him while he was in exile. No, there is no record of her father having any member of…
Can a child living with mom and having a father living in another state be taken out the state by the father without the mom's consent?
It's hard but it is possible in some circumstances. Parents have a legal right to custody (visitation) of their child, but if a parent is not fit to have custody the courts will terminate their parental rights. Generally the situation must be extreme, as in an actual threat to the well being of the child, for the courts to terminate any parental rights.
What is the age of consent in nc and at what age can a minor leave without parental consent from home in NC?
No, Ohio does not have laws that make exceptions to the necessity of having parental consent to be married when it pertains to the pregnancy of a minor. In some cases the court will intervene on the minor's behalf to waive the parental consent law. The minor should contact the office of the clerk of the circuit or county court in the city or county of residence.
Can you get your ex to sign over his parental rights without having to have your current boyfriend adopt your son?
Is there a state you can get married at the age of 16 without parental consent or having a court order?
If you were 16 and your fiance is 18 and you have a child could you get married legally without parental consent?
It does not matter if you have conceived a child together or not. You must check your local laws and age of majority to have the answer to this question but having your families involved and there for you is better than not having in your life or future do to one decision. Having a piece of paper does not mean your any less committed without it - you have a child together - maybe…