Do you need your daughters birth certificate to file for custody?
in the state of north carolina if the fathers name is not on the birth certificate can he file for custody? Read More
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Man signed birth certificate that's not the father there is a bio father and the child is not living with the mother which is unfit so does the bio father have full custody?
No, as he has no legal rights to the child even if he sign the certificate himself. You will need to file for custody. see links below. Read More
Can the biological father get any custody rights if he did not sign the birth certificate and the mother of the child was married but is divorced now and her ex husband signed the birth certificate?
Yes, but he will have to file a petition for visitation. He may also have to go through paternity testing to verify. Read More
If the father signs the birth certificate and they are unwed can he take the child without consent to live with him?
If the mother wishes to have custody of the child, she should file a motion in the appropriate courthouse. Read More
If you want sole legal and physical custody, you should, if only to protect your rights. Of course, the other parent will be notified and given an opportunity to object and counter. Read More
take her birth certificate to the social security office and file for a new social security card. if she is in school they should also have that number. Read More
Can you give full custody of your child to a close relative if the father is in prison and is not on the birth certificate?
You can't "give" custody legally to anyone other than by order of the court. Whether the father's incarceration or his name appears on the birth certificate has no bearing. However depending on the state you live in, if he is the known biological father, the court may decide to order a paternity test to establish it and then file a motion to amend the birth certificate based on the same if his parental rights haven't… Read More
There is a certificate of Live Birth on file to be accessed on the White House website. Read More
That depends on state law where you live. Where I live, if the man has reason to believe he is indeed the biological father, he can petition the court of jurisdiction for paternity testing to establish it. Once he has been established as the biological father, he can file a motion to amend the birth certificate based on the same. Read More
Even if no custody and access orders are in place, the father has up to six months to file an injunction ordering the return of the child to the jurisdiction of the court. Read More
Do I have custody of my child if your name isn't on the birth certificate but paternity test proves I am 99.8 percent the father?
You don't get automatic custody after a test, you get rights to the child. You have to go to court and get custody orders. Go to your courthouse, to the family court section, get a list of lawyers you can call and papers to file for custody. Next, child support will probably come up. So get ready for a battle. Read More
If no custody has been establish can you get your child on visitation and decide to not bring them back wjile you file for custody?
Technically in cases where there is no order of custody possesion is 9/10ths of the law IF both parents are legally recognized to be parents (i.e. have signed the birth certificate). However if one parent has had primary physical custody of the child following a separation and has been responsible for the majority of the care for the child the court may not look kindly on the other parent hijacking custody. The best thing to… Read More
How can an unmarried mother obtain authorization to take her young son overseas if she and the child's father have never been married or established custody and the father will not sign the forms?
If the father is named on the birth certificate then the mother will have to file a writ of habeas corpus to request sole custody of the child. The father will be notified of the action and will be given a chance to contest it. The court will then rule as to which parent should retain custody or if it should be shared and if the child can be taken outside of the country. If… Read More
I was born at home . The Doctor arrived afterwards. He later died and filed no record . How do I obtain a passport without a birth certificate ? Read More
Obama was born in Honolulu , Hawaii. He released a copy of his birth certificate recently. I presume the original is on file in Honolulu. Read More
In the US, no. You have to wait until the child is born. Read More
If a child is born out of wedlock in Georgia, the father must file a petition seeking legitimation through the courts to become the legal father. Putting a name on a birth certificate is not sufficient. In the legitimation proceeding, the court has the authority to make custody determinations. If the father has not filed for legitimation, he is a legal stranger to the child, and has no rights to custody. Read More
I had a baby with my wife I signed the birth certificate she left and said the baby wasn't mine how do I take legal actions to get a blood test and custody?
File a motion with the court. In many states, even if it isn't, you are still responsible, even if she's now living with the bio dad. In PA, you can still file for custody even if she is. see links see links Read More
Go to vital records and request a copy of birth records. Ask to see Childs school file with birth record in it. If you are not on the birth certificate, you cannot request a copy. Read More
the person in attendance if not at a hospital. The mother can not file a birth certificate. A witness must. If at the hospital, then the hospital files the birth certificate Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_may_legally_file_birth_certificates_for_newborns#ixzz24EmFne00 Read More
This is who I contacted to file for my child's birth certificate....hope it helps! Vital Records Office in DSM, IA is Carol, 515-281-3266 Read More
The father can file for this change. Read More
Any interested party can file for custody of a child. Whether or not their petition would be heard, require legal establishment of paternity or thrown out depends on the law where the child legally resides Read More
What to do if I have a child in my possession that was proven not my child but im on the birth certificate?
The following assumes that "proven" means that a court has determined that you are not the child's parent. In such a case, assuming that you wish to raise the child as your own, you need to run, not walk, to the appropriate courthouse and file for custody, guardianship and/or adoption. Read More
If you are divorcing and the father's name is not on your child's birth certificate and you are planning on marrying a Marine can you move out of Missouri to California with the child?
If the court has not issued a custody or restraining order, the law assumes that either parent retains full custody rights, therefore, you may move with the child wherever you so choose. However, the biological father can file a petition to stop the move, until the divorce is final and custody has been granted to one or both parents. Since the husband's/father's name is not on the birth certificate depending upon state laws, the father… Read More
If father takes child and his name is on birth certificate is there anything as a mother you could do to get child back?
yes - the mother can file suit against father to petition for custody of the child. The mother will have to prove that there has a substantial change and the circumstances have change such that it will be detrimental to the child's welfare to remain with the father. Read More
Check the Clerk of the Court to see if there is a case file. They are open to the public. Read More
First, you will need the father's acknowledgment of paternity or court order to that effect. Then, contact NM Department of Public Health for the procedure to file an amended birth certificate. Read More
You could check the hospital where you were born to obtain a copy of the Record of Birth Certificate they placed on file. This is the one with your foot prints. It would not be destroyed with the official record kept by the state. Read More
Your 15 year old daughters father has sole custody of her at this time he is in prison what are your rights as her mother?
If he is is currently in prison, then OBVIOUSLY he does not have custody of her. Notify the court immediately, and file an Emergency Motion For Modification of Child Custody, so that her custody can lawfully changed to you, or another adult of the court's choosing, who CAN assume full-time responsibility for her. Read More
If the father is unknown, you can't file for support. Read More
The only one with custody of the unborn child is the pregnant mother. After the baby is born, the parent wishing custody or visitation can file for the same in the appropriate court of jurisdiction (where the child legally resides after its birth). Read More
Answer According to law. To make any alteration in any ones birth certificate, You have to file a motion in a courts of law and the judge has to make an order to Registrar of Birth to alter the name of person concerned in the cage provided for that purpose in the birth certificate by Red ink. Read More
If I have temporary joint custody, can I get sole custody? Read More
Can a pregnant woman move out of state before birth and request child support from the father after the birth?
Yes, but the father can file an In Utero Custody Challenge in the state of origin before the birth takes place. Read More
How can a mother get custody of her child when the father signed the birth certifcate but has not assumed responsibliity?
If he has abandoned the mother, talk to a lawyer. There may be a law in your state that after so many years of 'abandonment' custody is automatic. Get a lawyer and file for full custody if abandonment is not the issue. Read More
Usually, it's an official document from the state where you were born: The hospital provides the information when the baby is born, and then a copy of the birth certificate is given to the parents; another copy is kept on file at the state's department of vital records. Read More
If a man hasn't signed the birth certificate and declines a paternity test at the child support hearing will his name be automatically added to the birth certificate after support is decided?
Not automatically but the courts will usually file an order for paternity and if it isn't done the court may then file contempt charges then you have a chance to be jailed for that contempt choose your battles wisely . Read More
Yes they can be on the birth certificate all they need to have is a passport or a state I.D. although i dont recommended it because then if they ever apply for some kind of visa or green card it will be on file that they were in the US Read More
I'm on the birth certificate but not the bio father. how can I get my name off the birth certificate?
You may file a petition for genetic testing with the courts. Your chances of success vary depending on the jurisdiction and the amount of time that has passed since you signed the acknowledgment of paternity. Read More
His birth certificate has been seen many times, and verified by numerous people, including journalists, governors from both parties, and various family friends. Although the "Birthers" insist he was not born in the USA, everyone else knows that the state of Hawaii has his birth certificate on file, and there is ample proof he is in fact an American. Read More
That shouldn't be a problem. The court may allow you to add a "now known as" on the petition for probate. Or, you could file a copy of the marriage certificate in the probate file. That would resolve any problems with the name change since the will was written. Read More
If my son's biological father has not seen him talked to him or paid child support in 9 years can I file abandonment get sole custody and have his father's name removed from the Birth Cert?
If no orders are established and you were not married to him, you already have sole custody. Read More
You need to file a petition for temporary custody at the family court with jurisdiction. You need to file a petition for temporary custody at the family court with jurisdiction. You need to file a petition for temporary custody at the family court with jurisdiction. You need to file a petition for temporary custody at the family court with jurisdiction. Read More
You file a motion with the court. Read More
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Would probably depend if the father was married to the mother or not. Ask the hospital or the records division (birth, death, marriage license) in your town. If you aren't married, you may have to prove paternity then file for custodial rights. If you are married, it may be similar to whatever happens when a child is born and the father has been deployed. Read More
Your son was 8 yrs old hes father was American US navy how can you file child support if you your not married but he sign on your son birth certificate can you file in US navy here to contact him and?
File with state agency and they will handle it. Read More