How does a mother give her unborn child to the father of the baby and his wife if the mother is in Colorado and the father is in Minnesota?

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I'd advise you to go to a family law attorney in your state and discuss the situation, rather than attempt to handle it yourself. Let your lawyer handle all communications with the father of your child and his spouse.
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How can a minor father of an unborn child get to see his baby if the minor mothers mom doesn't want him to go near her daughter?

\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nmaybe when the child is born take her to court for visitation\n. \n Answer \n. \nIt depends on just how old he is. 15..16..17? In some states you don't have to be 18 to be considered an "adult" and do what you want to do. I know in Texas the legal age is 17. So ( Full Answer )

How can a mother lose her child to the father?

A mother can lose custody by being deemed an unfit parent by the court. The factors used to determine that a parent is unfit are generally governed by state laws with child endangerment being the determining factor. These are some reasons a mother may be deemed unfit: . Abusing the child, but beat ( Full Answer )

If the mother of an unborn child is a minor does the father have any rights if her mother is trying to keep all rights away from the father who is not a minor?

Google "dad's rights" "father's rights" etc. There are lots of organization with info to help you on this. You will have to legally petition for parental rights, and YOU MUST petition to be on the birth certificate within 24 HOURS of the birth. Now, if you are 21 and the mother-to-be- is 14 then lea ( Full Answer )

Is it the mother or the father abusing the child?

You have not given enough information about your situation foranyone to be able to even provide their opinion. Abusiverelationships are not identical, and the abuse can be done by themother, the father, or both, or brothers, sisters, other relatives,even unrelated individuals in the household. Do no ( Full Answer )

If a baby has a biracial father and the mother is white then what race is the child?

The reason the child would not be white is because of the father's genes which are black and white.The father is also African American sense he would be 1/2 black. The child would look more black then white anyway. The hair would be curly and thick, the skin color would be darker than caucasian skin ( Full Answer )

Can a mother keep a child from their father?

Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can always be identified by medical records. Since the father didn't give birth and he was not legally married at the time of the bi ( Full Answer )

If a mother has legal and physical custody of a child and if she dies and leaves her child to her mother in her will can the child's father obtain custody of the baby or will her mother?

United States State laws vary widely in the United States but in almost every state the biological parent has sole rights to custody of the child. If a custodial parent dies the surviving natural parent will normally be granted custody of the child unless they have already been deemed an unfit ( Full Answer )

Can a mother father her child?

No. With some advances in genetic technology it might become possible, though it's not clear why anyone would want to do this; there's a high likelihood of birth defects due to the fact that any recessive genetic disorders would have a 25% chance of manifesting in the child (that's 25% for each one ( Full Answer )

If mother and baby are a positive what is father?

The father could theoretically be of any blood type in this scenario except one: B with BB alleles (A B with BO alleles could still fit if the father passed on the O allele). Same for the Rh since Rh+ is dominant over Rh-.

What if the father abandond the mother and child?

If a parent has abandoned their child for long enough duration, there is an action for termination of his parental rights. Abandonment is the deliberate action by a parent to leave his or her child behind or the refusal to assume parental responsibilities from the outset of the child¿s life. The ( Full Answer )

Can any biological father be forced to adopt the child if the baby has her own father and mother?

You need to see a lawyer. Look for "Legal Aid" in your state as they offer free or low-cost legal advice. If someone is the "biological" father, he doesn't adopt the child, it is his child. He is legally obligated (in the USA) to provide support (money) for the child's needs. The only exception is ( Full Answer )

How can a father take a child from its mother?

United States A father cannot take a child from its mother. He needs to try to get custody through the family court. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's mother can alw ( Full Answer )

If mother is a and father is o what is the child?

If the father is O that means he expresses O because O is recessive and the only way he can be O is to have the OO genotype. The mother may be AO or AA, so the child may be A if the mother is AA, but has a 1/2 chance of being O if the mother is AO. Each parent contributes one allele to the child.

Is a child closer with their mother or father?

It depends on the child and the parent, but the person who wrote this is meaning, personal emotions and words that may make the child feel heartbroken, important words... I reckon the closest is the mother as she will probably understand the child the most, relate to the same feelings and comfort ( Full Answer )

Could you give parental rights of your child to your mother and father?

The grandparents must petition the court for a guardianship and both parents must consent. The grandparents must petition the court for a guardianship and both parents must consent. The grandparents must petition the court for a guardianship and both parents must consent. The grandparents must pe ( Full Answer )

Can the father take the baby from the mother?

No. Not without a court order. A father cannot take a child from its mother. He needs to try to get custody through the family court. Generally, if the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody and control in most states until the father can establish his paternity. Remember, a child's ( Full Answer )

How does a father who is taking drugs affect the unborn child when the mother has never done drugs?

Some drugs can affect the gametes (sperm or eggs), causing mutations in the DNA. With these, it doesn't matter whether the drugs were taken years ago or yesterday, the damage has been done. Other than that, the father can do pretty much whatever he wants without impacting his gestating offspring. H ( Full Answer )

Can a father give his child to the state without the mothers permission?

That depends on prevailing law where you reside and legal custody arrangements (if any) that are in place, but generally, it would take the consent of both parents to place the child as a ward of the state unless the father can convince a court that it would be in the best interests of the child to ( Full Answer )

How does the mother and the father get the baby into the mothers stomach?

VERY basically, the father puts sperm cells into the vagina. In themother's body, a sperm cell meets an egg from the mother's body,and the fertilized egg grows into a baby in the mother's womb (notthe stomach), which is above the womb). In about 9 months, the babyis ready to be born.