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No. It depends on when the TPR became final. If the child resided with the parent or a parent for the entire tax year then they may still claim said child as a dependent.

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Q: If a father or mother sign over rights can they still claim their child on taxes?
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Can a father sign his rights to a child to his mother?

A father who wants to sign over his parental rights must fill a petition to terminate his parental rights. He must establish just claim, and this does not include reluctance to pay child support.


Can a Mexican mother claim child support from a father living in the US?

Any mother can go to court in the US to claim child support form the father for a child she is caring for. Babies are not born by spontaneous combustion. The father is as responsible for the child's welfare as is the mother. If the child is living with the father and custody given to the father, the mother is liable for child support, too.


Does the stepfather have rights to claim child over father when custodail mother doesnt work?

If you're in the US, yes, assuming they are filing a joint tax return, they can claim the child on their taxes, even if Mom did not work.


Does the child have legal right to his father even if the parents never married but the father signed on his live birth as acknowledgement?

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If a father has a child without custody and he goes to jail does the mother get him back?

The mother has the right to claim the child as the legal guardian of the child.


If the father pays child support and the mother and child lives with him can the mother still get welfare?

Only if he's included in the claim.


Can a mother claim support from the biological father and the step father for the same child?

A step father has no legal obligation to support a step child.


Can a mother's boyfriend claim her child on taxes even if he has no legal custody?

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If mother dead the father can claim child from his father-in-law?

Normally yes, unless there is a legal restriction preventing him from doing it


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Is your mother still alive? Find out if your father made a will. Are you an only child? If not, he made have left his half to another child. Get a lawyer.


Can you claim your mother and father?

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After a child is legally adopted by his stepfather can a biological father claim any rights to the child?

A child can only have two legal guardians, meaning the biological father would have to either give up his rights voluntarily or lose them through the court system in order for the stepfather to adopt the child.


Can father claim child on taxes if the child has mothers last name and lives with the mother?

Probably not because it's sounding like she takes care of & supports the child, not you.


If the mother allows the child to move to their grandparents without informing the father of the change what can he do?

File a claim of child abandonment and for custody. see links below


Can grandparents take child from mother if they claim and have proof child has been living with them?

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In California if a mother is on welfare and the father signs all rights of the child over to the mother to stop child support does welfare get shut off for the mother?

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Can a noncustodial parents rights be terminated for abandonment in Minnesota?

In Missouri, when a father has not had contact with the child for six month, whether voluntary, or denied access, the child can be adopted by a stepparent, without official notice. Simply terminating parental rights also terminates financial responsibility, thus the mother cannot claim support.


When is it considered kidnapping if there are no legal custodial rights?

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What percentage of a father's income does a child get if father is deceased?

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How long does a biological father have to claim the child before he loses his rights in the state of Louisiana?

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Can the mother of a child who doesn't work and lives with her boyfriend be legally able to claim child when the father of the child is fully involved in child's life?

If she has the child 51% of the time, yes.. see links below


What tax claim does an unmarried father who is paying child support have if the child is living with the mother for the larger part of the year?

none see link below for other options


Can father claim child on taxes when legally separated and mother has custody?

No. In fact, many state have laws that provides the custodial parent has the legal right to claim the child as a dependent. You should check the laws in your particular jurisdiction.


What is the Louisiana law regarding birth of child by another man that's not the husband?

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