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Does my husband have to assume parental rights for my child in order for the father of my child to terminate his parental rights in Alabama?

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2012-07-10 00:10:39
2012-07-10 00:10:39

No. The biological father can give up his rights and if your husband then want to be more than a step parent, who have no rights to the child, can adopt your child. Or not, that is your choice as the parent.

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Maybe, if you can demonstrate your ability and willingness to assume parental responsibility.


The father can petition the court to terminate parental rights and if he can provide compelling reason why such a petition should be granted, yes it could happen. However termination of parental rights does not terminate child support obligations, only your right to visit your child or have any decision making input in their lives. Child support generally can only be terminated if the child is placed for a legal adoption with an adult willing and able to assume financial responsibility for them.



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