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Answered 2013-08-12 18:52:57

In child custody cases, the judge will rule on the basis of what he or she thinks is in the best interest of the child. If you have reason to believe that your ex is likely to have a bad effect on your child in some way, you can ask a court to take away his parental rights.

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Can you give up your rights to avoid fighting the ex wife over support?

No, voluntarily relinquishing your parental rights does not excuse you from paying child support.


How can you get your ex husband to sign over his parental rights?

You can ask your ex-husband to sign over his parental rights, but if he doesn't want to do it, you cannot force him. If he has abandoned his child you may be able to get the court to force him, but make sure it's in the best interest of the child before you do so.


Can you sue wife's ex husband for parental rights?

No, you cannot sue him for anything to do with his parental rights. You are not an interested party in his relationship with his children and ex wife. She can petition the court to terminate his parental rights but she needs a good reason. She should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues who can review her situation and explain her options.


Can you get your ex to sign over his parental rights without having to have your current boyfriend adopt your son?

It's possible the courts will allow it. However, if you agree to let him to give up his parental rights, then, generally speaking, you also give up your right to pursue him for child support. You need to check the laws in your state.


Does a parent have to be married in order for other parent to sign parental rights over?

Don't know if I'm right on this but it seems like you have things a bit mixed up so I will give several answers:- If you want to give up your parental rights the other parent does not have to be married for you to do so. Both parents have parental rights so you can't sign those over the already biological parent. If they have been removed by the court or he/she have given them up, it's up to the court to decide if they can get it back. You cannot give them your parental rights.- If you are giving up your parental rights so the new partner of your ex can adopt, it depends on the law of that state if boyfriend/girlfriend is allowed to adopt or not when unmarried. They will be evaluated and the court finally decides.- If you mean signing custody over to your ex, no he/she does not have to be married and can openly live with their new boyfriend/girlfriend.


Can your ex girlfriend take your kids if the kids are not her kids?

No. She has no parental rights regarding another person's children unless she legally adopted them.No. She has no parental rights regarding another person's children unless she legally adopted them.No. She has no parental rights regarding another person's children unless she legally adopted them.No. She has no parental rights regarding another person's children unless she legally adopted them.


My ex husband and I have 2 children. One is adopted. He now wants to give up his rights to our adopted child because of behavior issues. Can he do this?

In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support.


How do you terminate your parental rights as a father if you adopted him because your ex-wife had him prior to your marriage?

If you legally adopted the child, you would terminate your parental rights the same way you would with a biological child. Get a lawyer and go to court. However, keep in mind that if you legally adopted the child, terminating your parental rights does not terminate your legal relationship with the child. According to the law, you are the child's father and you will be required to pay child support. Terminating your parental rights will only relinquish your custody rights and your ability to make decisions on behalf of the child.



Is is possible for a man who looked after his ex girlfriend's son from one month right up to fourteen months to get custody of him?

Of course not. Babysitting doesn't give the boyfriend any parental rights. The current abundance of casual relationships and children bring many tragic results after a break up.Of course not. Babysitting doesn't give the boyfriend any parental rights. The current abundance of casual relationships and children bring many tragic results after a break up.Of course not. Babysitting doesn't give the boyfriend any parental rights. The current abundance of casual relationships and children bring many tragic results after a break up.Of course not. Babysitting doesn't give the boyfriend any parental rights. The current abundance of casual relationships and children bring many tragic results after a break up.



Can you get a court to order your ex-boyfriend to give up his parental rights if he has not made an effort to visit his child since birth?

Sue for paternity, then offer him an "out" if he'll sign away his rights. * No. Parental rights can only be relinquished voluntarily or by permanently by the court for cases of abuse and/or neglect. The court can force a biological parent to support minor children; it cannot order a parent to participate in the children's lives.


How do you take your ex husband parental rights away in Virginia?

Take him to court. But you'd better have compelling reasons to deny your children their father.




What kind of parental rights will my husband have for our children once the divorce is final?

The rights your ex-husband will have once you divorce will all depend on what the judge rules. He could have joint custody or split custody.


What rights does an ex-wife have to her deceased ex-husbands estate if she was not named in the will but her biological children are involved?

An ex-wife has no claim nor rights in her ex-husband's estate.An ex-wife has no claim nor rights in her ex-husband's estate.An ex-wife has no claim nor rights in her ex-husband's estate.An ex-wife has no claim nor rights in her ex-husband's estate.


Can your ex wife's husband adopt your child in NC?

Yes, but this will require that your parental rights are terminated, either with your consent or without (following a finding that you are an unfit parent).


During a divorce could my husband grant partial custody of our son to someone else once he has full legal custody?

No. Only a court can grant custody. If your husband submitted a petition for transfer of custody it would have to be via a guardianship over the child and you would be notified by the court and given the opportunity to object, unless your parental rights have been terminated by the court.Your ex-husband cannot give partial custody to anyone.No. Only a court can grant custody. If your husband submitted a petition for transfer of custody it would have to be via a guardianship over the child and you would be notified by the court and given the opportunity to object, unless your parental rights have been terminated by the court.Your ex-husband cannot give partial custody to anyone.No. Only a court can grant custody. If your husband submitted a petition for transfer of custody it would have to be via a guardianship over the child and you would be notified by the court and given the opportunity to object, unless your parental rights have been terminated by the court.Your ex-husband cannot give partial custody to anyone.No. Only a court can grant custody. If your husband submitted a petition for transfer of custody it would have to be via a guardianship over the child and you would be notified by the court and given the opportunity to object, unless your parental rights have been terminated by the court.Your ex-husband cannot give partial custody to anyone.


If your ex was granted custody and you pay child support how do you proceed when your ex leaves custody to someone else?

If you have any parental rights at all, I'm not sure that your ex can "leave" custody to someone else without your involvement. In any case, you need to talk to a lawyer.


What legal rights does ex-husband have over wife's lower income?

An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.An ex-husband has no legal rights in his ex-wife's income. All spousal rights end with the divorce unless covered by a court order.


Does your ex have to pay child support if the children are taking by the ministry?

If the biological parents no longer have their children but someone else have them, both parents will have to pay the person/government who has them. Even if they give up their parental rights. The child support order can only be changed in the court that issued it.


IN Alabama My lawyer wants me to pay for my ex husband to sign over his parental rights shouldn't he have to pay?

No, Because you are taking away all of his rights to yours and his child so he has no decision in the child's life anymore. Therefore, he does not have to pay.


After termination of parental rights can you gain visitation?

It depends on why the rights were terminated. If your ex is getting re-married and the new stepparent wants to adopt the child, then you can still get visition. If parental rights were terminated because you didn't want to pay child support, didn't have regular contact with the child, or if they were taken from you in the best interest of the child, then no. You signed over your child and stated on paper that you are no longer their parent. Congratulations.


Can your ex-wife petition for physical custody of your 16-year-old son?

Yes, any biological parent who has not had their parental rights terminated by the court can file a lawsuit (petition) for custodial rights to their minor child.


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