Only the court can terminate parental rights permanently. An absentee father is not bound by any time limits on when he may seek visitation or even custodial rights concerning his child/children, the exception is a court ajudication of abandonment. The issue pertaining to changing a child's name, it cannot be done arbitrarily. State laws govern how or if a change of name can be done without the permission of the biological father.
Yes, but the father can motion the family court to stop the action, or have it changed back when he finds out.
What can a father do if the mother of. His children took the kids and moved to another state without permission.
With the court's permission.
I don't know that permission would be required, but discussing it would be the polite thing to do.
Gel Electrophoresis is comonly used in paternity testing. It compares the father or mother's DNA to the childs DNA.
No. If the father does not have any legal rights, then his permission is not required.
If the mother is the permanent carer of the child,they must get permission from the father first.
No she can not.
With the permission of the court, and/or the father.