Do both parents have to agree on the adoption?
yes, if you're married you cannot singly adopt.
Yes, both parents have to sign since both parents have to terminate their parental rights for the adoption to be possible.
Those who have parental rights have to agree to adoption so if both your parents have that and only one is willing it will not happen.
The adoption would need to be reversed.
Can a 16 year old minor move across country to live with her boyfriend's parents if both her parents and his parents agree to the situation?
I am afrade so. If both sets of parents agree, yes.
You can only give the child up for adoption if both parents agree. If he doesn't want that he can get custody and you will pay child support.
If an unwed woman wants to give her baby up for adoption and the father wants to keep the baby can he stop the adoption from going ahead?
yes they both have to agree on the terns
Yes they do.
No, legally they are both the parents.
It's the adoption process in which both the birth parent(s) and the adoptive parents are made known to each other. http://www.openadoption.com
Once an adoption is final in Michigan, a judge will rarely overturn or reverse it. There has to be a very compelling reason for the change such as unfitness of the adopting parents or the lack of notice to one or both of the birth parents.
A decision of that magnitude requires both of you to agree. Unless he changes his mind, sorry no adoption.
Only if both parents agree that you should do so. Most have court ordered custody and that has to be resolved through the courts if they do not agree.
Yes it is. It's not recommended though since the adoption parents have their lawyer and he can not represent both sides.
Both biological parents have to sign their rights away or there will be no adoption.
What type of adoption is it when biological parents have considerable input into the adoption process?
This is called an open adoption. It allows the biological parents to select the adoptive parents and to be involved in their child's life after the adoption. The level of openness is agreed on before the adoption is completed. Sometimes it is letters, pictures, phone calls, and even visits.
On adoption, the Torah says that the child's status is determined by his birth parents and not adoptive parents.
They will have to hire a lawyer to navigate the system. If you parents are still living they will have to agree to hand over custody or go to court to contest the adoption.
When both of you'll agree to it. Tell the parents also
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.
The child is one again put up for adoption to a new couple.
Yes, an adult of legal age may agree to an adoption of themself, without consent from their parents. Laws vary state by state so check your local laws to be sure you are doing it correctly. Adult adoptions can be done without a lawyer, as long as all parties involved agree to the adoption.
Your parents can legally change your name at the courthouse. It is easier if both parents agree to the name change.
As long as both your aunt and parents agree to this then yes.
It was Jon Gosselin's call to stop the show because I believe that he believed that both parents had to AGREE on going ahead with the show. Since both parents did not agree if they should continue the show, the show stops.
You and your girlfriend are both 16 she is pregnant and you want to get married both her and your parents agree with it but do you have to worry about her not being under her parents full custody will?
no u dont once she has permission of 1
You tell your parents and go to the Planned Parenthood clinic and there the doctor will examine you and present you with your choices; birth or abortion. If you choose birth you have the options of keeping the baby and become a mom, or adoption. The choice is yours but if you choose adoption, the father also have to agree.
In a closed adoption there is no contact between the biological parents and the child. They are allowed to try to contact the child when he is 18. In a open adoption the biological parents get letters and pictures from the adoptive parents and sometimes they get to see the child too. Unfortunately some parents decide to close the adoption after it has been finalized even though the said it would be open.
Hello, I am awnswerguru, guru to all questions. If this is happening to you, consult your parents. If they say no, and you dont want the baby, DO NOT ABORT! give up for adoption so someone who cant have a baby, can. I am not sure it is legal, but I think if both sets of parents agree, it is legal.
If you are both on good terms i say yes, you can both be in on the decision on how your child will be adopted, pick an agency wisely. Research adoption for your state.
The birth certificate does not give him parental rights. To get those he has to prove paternity in court by a DNA test. It's also not you who terminate his rights but the court so it's to them you have to turn. If the father objects they will most likely not do it. They usually see it as in the child's best interest to have access to both parents and only allow this in case… Read More
If your parents are not your biological parents and have adopted you and made themselves your legal guardians then they would have to have adoption papers or it wouldn't be legal.
If both parents agree you can. The custody order have to be changed in the court it was issued.
Legal and lawful adoption is a process that ends in the final and irrevocable transference of all rights and responsibilities for a child from the biological parents to the adoptive parents. Open adoption is an agreement between adoptive parents and biological parents that addresses continuing contact between biological parents and the adopted child. This can take many forms, from regular letters to frequent visits. Open adoption does not alter the legality of the adoption, the… Read More
Disruption is the term used to end an adoption. This is when the adoption is abandoned by the parents before it has been completed legally.
The law that says you are a minor and your parents decides over you. There are open adoptions so if the parents agree with each other when the adoption take place the child and birth parents can still have contact. That is not legally enforceable though and the adoptive parents can change their mind at any time.
The easiest way would require the consent to the adoption by both parents. If one or both of the parents aren't willing to consent it may be possible if you can show the court that the child would be better off with you but you should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody and adoption issues. You will need expert advice from a professional who knows the law and the court system.
They can mediate an agreement through their attorneys and submit it to the court for approval.
Sigh... Depends on how your parents are. For me, everything. I hate my parents.
Part of the adoption process involves the termination of rights of the biological parents. When the adoption is finalized, the adoptive parents assume the rights and responsibilities of the biological parents.
No. The child has 2 parents not just one so both need to give their consent.
Adoption to some kids will dramatically make their lives better, or it can in some cases remind them of their parents or that they didn't know their parents.
You contact the Children Protective Service but you better have good reasons for it because you have to give up your parental rights to the state and you will probably not get it back. The court will decide if it's a good idea to send him or not. If you mean you want to give the child up for adoption you contact an adoption agency. Both parents have to agree to this. You will be… Read More
An open and closed infant adoption varies greatly. An open infant adoption allows the genetic parents to still have the right to see their child. A closed infant adoption prevents the genetic parents from seeing their child.
A partial open adoption is when the mother or father (the one who is giving the child up for adoption Sometimes both) are allowed to see the child only when the adopted parents have told the child that he/she was adopted and that their parent(s) may be able to see them. Sometimes the bio parents in partial open adoption are allowed to see the child but have to be called something other than mom and… Read More
her adoption was a private arrangement and her biological parents are unknown.
because they know there bad parents
If you are almost 17 can you move into your grandparents' home if you have permission from your father but your mother will not agree to the move?
If both parents have custody then both parents must agree to any action taken by their minor child. However, this would most likely be treated as a family matter rather than a legal issue.
If both parents die or if the baby is neglected then a social worker comes in and takes the baby.
A semi closed adoption is when the parents giving up the baby get to chose the adoptive parents that are eligible to adopt but there is no contact and no exchange of identifying info between the two parents
Yes unless there are extenuating circumstances. In some states - the court may agree to the emancipation and in others there is no legal emancipation. More at link.