If no orders are established and you were not married to him, you already have sole custody.
If the mother is proven unfit or incapable of caring for the child the court can order the child be removed from her physical custody. It is, however, extremely rare for the court to take away alll the rights of a mother to her child.
the child is in cps custody and is telling everyone that they don't want to return to the abuse in the adoptive home and wants to live with their biological mother does the twelve year old have rights here in Arizona
They would be a cousin once removed.
The answer depends on the details. It depends on the reason for the guardianship. If the child was removed from the parent's custody and placed with a guardian the parent may or may not be able to regain custody. If the parent's parental rights were terminated they cannot get legal custody of the child back. If the parent consented to a temporary guardianship and the parent is now better able to care for the child the guardianship can be terminated and custody restored to the parent. It would not be necessary for the parent to adopt the child.
Only the court can approve the child being removed from the country, which is unlikely, as Mexico does not honor fathers parental rights.
Not enough unfortunately. Usually, if the child is removed from both parents' care before legal guardianship is established, the child is remanded to the custody of the state. At that point, it becomes more difficult (and expensive) for grandparents to gain custody. There are heartbreaking stories all over the place of grandparents trying in vain to get custody of their grandchildren.
Long as he is the immediate next of kin who is physically and mentally able to take care of the child. Also he has to be the only one who wants him/her.
They're removed and destroyed as biological waste
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You need to appear in the court that has jurisdiction and petition for custody.You need to appear in the court that has jurisdiction and petition for custody.You need to appear in the court that has jurisdiction and petition for custody.You need to appear in the court that has jurisdiction and petition for custody.
They would be a second cousin, once removed.
your distant cousin, twice removed on your fathers side...
He would be your first cousin once removed.
NO! It's child abuse for which you can be arrested and your child removed from your custody.
Custody issues are difficult enough for fathers. Throwing in a foreign citizenship only complicates this further. Certainly the court would not desire having the child removed from the jurisdiction of the US. This will need to be decided exclusively on the merit of the individual case. see links
Petition the court to have them removed and replaced. In such cases the court is likely to appoint an attorney to serve as the executor.
The name can only be removed by a court order. You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your options.
Yes. Executors are forbidden from abandoning estate assets or the obligation to handle the estate properly. Some states will consider moving to another country as such an abandonment would most likely be taken as an abandonment. The state where the will was probated will have statutes that outline the situations in which an executor may be removed from office. One of those instances is abandonment of estate assets. That state's probate court will have a procedure to file a complaint alleging the facts of the abandonment and demanding that the court remove the executor. The state's laws and court rules will direct the manner in which the complaint is to be served on the executor and if service is properly made, the court will proceed to look into the matter. If the executor fails to appear, the court will remove him or her. If the executor appears and denies the allegations of abandonment, the matter will proceed to trial. If abandonment is proved at trial, the executor will be removed. If it is not proved, the executor will not be removed. However, the court might require the executor to post a surety bond to protect the beneficiaries in case the executor does abandon things in the future.
Your father's first cousin is your first cousin, once removed.
A parent can turn a teenager over to state custody and get them removed from the home at 16.
She will not have any custody to give since she no longer have parental rights. The father have to go to court to petition for custody as soon as he has established paternity through a DNA test.
Awarded of the state doesn't mean anything.A ward of the state is a child who is in the custody of the state, because he/she has no parents, or he/she has been removed from their custody.
You and your father's cousin's granddaughter are 2nd cousins once removed.
The grandson of your father's first cousin is your second cousin, once removed. The grandson of your fathers second cousin is your third cousin, once removed.
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