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No. If a man is married that has no legal relation to his child with another woman. That child's mother is unmarried.

No. If a man is married that has no legal relation to his child with another woman. That child's mother is unmarried.

No. If a man is married that has no legal relation to his child with another woman. That child's mother is unmarried.

No. If a man is married that has no legal relation to his child with another woman. That child's mother is unmarried.

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Single father has none. Married father is equal to that of the mother, but in application, unenforceable. see links


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As a married mother, no. As a single mother, though he has no legal right to retain the children, the police and the courts are beginning to view this as a civil rights issue that your rights are no greater than his to the children. I know as we we have been bring civil rights actions against them.


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If married? NoIf single? The mother can as the father has no rights, but he could still file an injunction.Even if married, frequently the mother will move anyway than make an allegation against the father in the new state. By the time he clears himself, the new state has jurisdiction under the UCJAA.


If the mother in question is financial able and has shelter and means to support the child then most definitely.



Single fathers have no assumed legal rights to the child, so he can't do anything except pay child support.


Justin Bieber's biological father is Jeremy Jack Bieber, and was not married to Justin's mother Pattie Mallette, who raised Justin as a single mother. According to press reports, Justin is frequently in touch with his father, who is married with two children, (Jazmyn and Jaxon Bieber). He does not have a step father because his mother never remarried.


Single fathers have no parental rights until court ordered. A glass ceiling scenario, only the fathers are relegated to the subbasement of equal rights.



Yes, if he has visitation rights or shared custody, she will need his consent.


If the father terminates his parental rights the single mother can legally and solely have full custody of that child as long as the courts decide that she is capable of working and providing a safe environment for the child. There are times that the parents of the young mother, or possibly grandparents will help in looking after the child if the mother is a minor and finishing her education and the courts will often look favorably on this.


Relinquish his rights, yes; however, doing so will not terminate his child support obligation.


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A single parent is a mother or father who has no husband or wife.



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