Yes, in some states you do need permission from your daughters father who you were never married to, to take your daughter on vacation to another state.
Ask the woman first to see if she even wants to get married, then go to her father for his permission.
yes, i believe so. If the father gives permission for the child to change the last name.
If she is married, no. If she is unmarried, yes.
It was considered proper to ask the father's permission to marry their daughter and as they are noble households getting married without permission would be quite wrong.
yess you can=)
I think she can, than go after him for support once she moves, she is the bread winner
If he has court orders, than yes. Without orders, a single father cannot. A married father can, if custody has not yet been established.
If she is virgin then yes, she needs the permission of her father or paternal grandfather. If she is NOT virgin, then she does not need the permission of her father or paternal grandfather.
well...you can cause he doesnt pay child support an your taking care of them also so..ya
yes of course, she may be getting married for the second time but he still needs to support her.
If they are married to each other, yes she can. If they are not married she can if there is no court order for visitation, custody or child support.