Unless a court has terminated his parential rights, none of those things will change his rights.
Not unless you have your rights restored.
It depends on the felony. In Ohio, a non-violent felon does not lose their gun rights, but those that have committed a violent felony lose that right unless they win a petition.
can I in the state of Missouri with a non violent felony conviction 10 years ago get my hunting rights back
You need a good lawyer, money and lots of patience.
NO, expunging a record does not remove the felony conviction only the record of it, in order to get your voting and gun rights restored it requires a governors pardon and an application for restoration of rights. Restoration of rights does not automatically apply even with a governors pardon.
Wrong. A felony conviction IS a felony conviction. You may be able to get the offense expunged (IF Arizona is one of the few states that will restore your civil rights).
You would have to go to court for all that.
The right to vote - the right to hold public office - the right to possess firearms.
You do not lose your rights when you are convicted of a felony. You lose some rights which will be determined by the judge.
A step-father will not be able to adopt a child unless the father signs away his rights. You can take it to court and win the case.
She can't, unless the father is patently violent or otherwise dangerous for the child, and even then the court might approve supervised visitation.
No, but he can't. see link