First, you can get him to sign a termination of parental right. If he refuses, then I would suggest you prove that he is unfit. You can petition friends, family and neighbors who know him and can back up your claim.
Why take it away? That is just as damaging. Request supervised visitation.
Signing rights away will not stop any child support from being taken from the father. If the child is the fathers then he is financially responsible for the child weather he has rights or not.
they are unalienable rights!
The Declaration of Independence was written to describe "inalienable rights". These are rights the founding fathers believed are given to people by god--rights that can not be taken away. The idea is that government is created to protect these rights.
your rights can be taken away as your brain is no longer capable of making desisons
unalienable rights refer to that which cannot be given away or taken away.
Because they had been endowed by the Creator and were self evident.
Get an attorney. There must be a definate, documented, just reason for taking custody away from a mother. Having parental rights taken from a mother is almost impossible...
Rights that can't be taken away or argued about.
Rights can not be taken away, privileges can.
Bill of Rights. Your human rights. Your rights that cannot be taken away.
No, it is your choice whether to sign your parental rights away unless they are taken away by a judge.
Rights that can not be taken away by any government.
when you murder someone your life liberty and persuit of happiness can be taken away
Yes but only by a court order.
All rights were taken away by the Nazis - especially the right to life (let alone liberty and property and 'due process).
inelianable rights are rights that cannot be taken away
rights that cannot be taken away from you you are entitled to them as a us citizen
They felt that the British had taken away their rights.
Unless they had their parental rights taken away by the court, then yes. Having the right does not always mean they should though.
that is always our law
same way as a fathers. see link
That depends on who took the dad's rights away. If the mother of the daughter has taken his rights, he can go to court. If the courts have taken his rights, he can reform himself then file an appeal.
Rights that cannot be taken away or given up are called unalienable rights. This term is used most famously in the US Declaration of Independence.