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Answered 2009-08-14 06:53:51

No, not unless you and the mother were married. You will need to go to family court and GET your rights.

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Does The father Have rights if his name Is not on the certificate?

No. By signing the certificate he says he is the father of the child. If he then wants visitation rights or custody he have to petition in court after he has established paternity by a DNA test. He can then also pay child support.


Does the father have any rights if he does not sign the birth certificate and has not had anything to do with his child for 8 years since the birth?

If and when paternity is established, the father might have the rights to pay support and visit the child.


What rights do you have if you have taken a paternity test and you pay child support but your not on the birth certificate?

As long as you have a test proving paternity, you have full rights. My daughters father is not on her birth certificate, but has a paternity test. He can have visitation and such as we decide fit. ---- But, only after a court order is established. With the exception of Arizona, under all possible circumstances, including long term cohabitation, a single father has no assumed rights to the child without a court order.


Can an unmarried mother sign over temporary rights without the fathers consent?

Yes, as long as the father has not established his paternity legally. Once he has established his paternity in court he has parental rights and he must consent to any guardianship or the court will schedule a hearing whereby he can explain his objections.Yes, as long as the father has not established his paternity legally. Once he has established his paternity in court he has parental rights and he must consent to any guardianship or the court will schedule a hearing whereby he can explain his objections.Yes, as long as the father has not established his paternity legally. Once he has established his paternity in court he has parental rights and he must consent to any guardianship or the court will schedule a hearing whereby he can explain his objections.Yes, as long as the father has not established his paternity legally. Once he has established his paternity in court he has parental rights and he must consent to any guardianship or the court will schedule a hearing whereby he can explain his objections.


If the father's name is not listed on the birth certificate but the child has his last name what are the rights of the father?

A "father" is someone for whom paternity has been established. That done, the father would have the right to pay support and petition for visitation.


What rights does a father have if not on birth certificate nor on child support?

An unmarried father has no parental rights until he establishes his paternity in court through a DNA test.An unmarried father has no parental rights until he establishes his paternity in court through a DNA test.An unmarried father has no parental rights until he establishes his paternity in court through a DNA test.An unmarried father has no parental rights until he establishes his paternity in court through a DNA test.


When a child is incarcerated does the maternal grandmother have more rights to the children than the paternal grandfather if the father is not on the birth certificate?

You don't say which of the parents that are incarcerated but their rights to the child comes first. If the father is not in the birth certificate and he has not established paternity to the court so he can petition for visitation or custody and also pay child support, there is nothing that legally says he is the father. Then the maternal grandmother would have a better chance. If the father is not in the birth certificate but he has established paternity to the court so he can petition for visitation or custody and also pay child support, the chance should be equal.


Does a father have any rights to his child if he chose to not go on h is birth certificate?

Paternity must be established before any discussion of the father's rights. Once that is done, the father has the right to pay child support and related expenses, and to petition for visitation.


Does father have parental rights if his name is not on birth certificate?

Probably... But the actual rights must be determined by a court pending a paternity test.


What rights does a father have if paternity hasn't been established but is on the birth certificate?

If the father is on the birth certificate that is evidence of paternity in many locations and confers all intrinsic paternal rights and obligations accorded with state law, unless a modification by court order has been entered. You would need to supply your location and the legal residential location of the child (state or country if outside of the USA) for an accurate answer.


Can a father sign for a daughter to get married if she has her mother's last name and he is not on the birth certificate?

No. The father has never established his paternity. Therefore he has no legal parental rights of consent for anything regarding the young woman. She must get the consent of her mother.


Can someone sign over parental rights in the state of Wyoming without paternity established?

No. You can't give up your parental rights if your paternity hasn't been legally established.No. You can't give up your parental rights if your paternity hasn't been legally established.No. You can't give up your parental rights if your paternity hasn't been legally established.No. You can't give up your parental rights if your paternity hasn't been legally established.


What are a father's rights after a child is born?

If the couple are unmarried the birth mother is presumed to have full custodial rights to the child.. The assumed father is not automatically granted any rights to a child until paternity is established either by the signing of the birth certificate or affidavit of parentage or a paternity test. When parentage has been established the biological father can file a writ of habeas corpus for custoday or a petition for visitation rights; likewise the primary custodial parent can then petition for child support.


If you let your parents have custody of your baby does the father have to sign some kind of papers?

The father of the baby would have to sign his rights over as a parent as long as paternity has been established. If the father has not signed or been named on the birth certificate and can prove paternity (through DNA testing) or other means he has a legal right to his child.


What rights does a father have if he is not on the child's bith certificate has never helped finacially and doesn't pay child support?

Paternity must be established before any discussion of rights. Once that is done, the father has the right to pay child support and the right to petition for visitation - these are separate processes.


What is the fathers rights to child if he is not on the birth certificate and has established a relationship with the child?

The right to petition for custody or visitation and the right to pay support. [Paternity must be established before any discussion of rights or responsibilities.]


What are the rights of a biological father if he is not on the birth certificate?

He has the right to petition the courts for a determination of paternity and, if he is the father, the right to pay child support and petition for visitation.



Can a mother refuse a father parental rights?

No. Only a court can take away parental rights. If the parents are unmarried only the mother has parental rights until the father has established his paternity in court.


Why would mother not put father on birth-certificate?

She ma not know who the father is. Over 30% of paternity tests come out negative. She may think it will prevent him from obtaining parental rights, which it does not.


If Gordan's girlfriend takes their baby and goes to Saskatchewan against Gordan's will and dumps him once she's up there and withholds her address from himself and police is that kidnapping?

The law varies in different jurisdictions and important details are missing. Generally, it depends on whether the father has established his paternity and then exercised his parental rights by requesting joint custody and/or a visitation schedule. If the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody until the father has established his paternity legally, in court.The law varies in different jurisdictions and important details are missing. Generally, it depends on whether the father has established his paternity and then exercised his parental rights by requesting joint custody and/or a visitation schedule. If the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody until the father has established his paternity legally, in court.The law varies in different jurisdictions and important details are missing. Generally, it depends on whether the father has established his paternity and then exercised his parental rights by requesting joint custody and/or a visitation schedule. If the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody until the father has established his paternity legally, in court.The law varies in different jurisdictions and important details are missing. Generally, it depends on whether the father has established his paternity and then exercised his parental rights by requesting joint custody and/or a visitation schedule. If the parents are unmarried the mother has sole custody until the father has established his paternity legally, in court.


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