If the wife dies intestate what are the husbands rights versus child?
That will depend on the intestacy laws for the jurisdiction. In most cases the estate will be split between the children and the spouse, though the spouse will usually be the trustee for the children's share.
Your child is your x husbands oldest child and he is separated from his current wife who has the rights to his estate?
The question is totally unclear. WHO has the rights to WHOSE estate? Whose estate are you asking about? The oldest childs, or the ex-husbands? Answer If by estate you mean the property one leaves after death, your child may be entitled to a portion of her father's estate if he died intestate (without a will) and owned any property in his sole name. You can check the laws of intestacy for your state at the… Read More
Deceased husbands girlfriend claiming you are estranged she is trying to be awarded monies due to claim baby is his child?
You need to consult with an attorney to determine what the child's rights are in your jurisdiction. If paternity can be established the child may have a claim to an intestate interest in its father's estate. The matter will need to be decided by a court.
If they have no spouse and no issue. Otherwise the spouse has first rights to the estate.
Can you take your child out of state without your husbands permission if you are married and have no issues regarding child custody?
Yes, if married you have equal rights to the children and can do as you wish.
In most jurisdictions the termination of parental rights divests forever the parent and child of all legal rights, privileges, duties, and powers between each other except for the child's right to inherit from the terminated parent. You should seek the advice of an attorney in your area.
In most jurisdictions an adult child can be disinherited by will. In certain jurisdictions the testator must mention that child specifically in the will and state they have left that child nothing. Otherwise the court may rule the child was inadvertently forgotten and that child may be entitled to an intestate share of the estate. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the will and explain the disinherited child's rights and options… Read More
They may have rights depending on the details and state laws. If the parent died intestate, or without a will, a legally adopted child will inherit a portion of the estate under the state laws of intestacy. You can check the laws in your state at the related question link provided below. In some states a child who is not mentioned in a will may receive an intestate share because a testator who wished to… Read More
Does a child have legal rights to a deceased father's estate if he died without a Will and there is a surviving stepparent?
Yes. When a person dies without a Will (intestate) the estate is distributed according to the state's probate succession laws.
She would be a legal heir. The court would appoint a guardian to protect her interest. If the parent died intestate, you can check out state intestacy laws at the link below.
yes he still must pay support until your kid turns 18 years old.
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?
United States Yes. That child has legal rights as his father's biological child. First, that child has the legal right to be financially supported by his father. Second, that child may have inheritance rights according to the law in the particular state or other jurisdiction. In the United States a minor child he cannot be disinherited if his father dies even if his father leaves all his property to someone else in his Will. His… Read More
husbands income does not count and is irrelevant
The parent would relinquish all rights to the child. That includes rights of visitation or even any communication, rights to be involved in decisions regarding the child or the child's life at all, the right to inherit from the child.
A child is a human
No. The father has no parental rights until the child is born. No. The father has no parental rights until the child is born. No. The father has no parental rights until the child is born. No. The father has no parental rights until the child is born.
Intestacy in Texas: Decedent had no will (b) Intestate Leaving Husband or Wife. Where any person having title to any estate, real, personal or mixed, other than a community estate, shall die intestate as to such estate, and shall leave a surviving husband or wife, such estate of such intestate shall descend and pass as follows: 1. If the deceased have a child or children, or their descendants, the surviving husband or wife shall take… Read More
Paul Cushing Child
No. No. No. No.
In the United States a minor child is entitled to a portion of a deceased parent's estate. In some states an adult child is entitled to a statutory portion of the estate of a parent who died intestate. Any child who is next-of-kin to someone other than their parent would be entitled to a share of an intestate estate. You would need to be more specific and check your state laws.
No she can not do it she will have to take the husbands consent.
same as men and child rights.
Burial sites are typicaly property just like anything else. The issue would be determeined by the laws of the State of residence of the original owner, either through their will, or the intestate law statute
Yes. If the father died intestate, without a will, and the relationship can be proven the child is entitled to inherit under the state laws of intestacy. However, the child must make a timely claim through the court if their existence is unknown to the administrator of the estate. You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your rights. You can read the law at the related link.
No, child support and alimony would be the sole responsibility of the husband.
If a mom signs over her rights due to defiant behaviors from the minor child is she obligated to pay child ssupport?
by "signing over rights" I persume you mean, terminating her parental rights and no, she is not obligated to pay child support, however, any accumulated back child support, or "arrears" is required to be paid, unless agreed otherwise. For this you would have had a prior order to pay support prior to the terminating of the mother's rights. When your rights to a child is terminated it is as if the child was never yours… Read More
Does my husband have to assume parental rights for my child in order for the father of my child to terminate his parental rights in Alabama?
No. The biological father can give up his rights and if your husband then want to be more than a step parent, who have no rights to the child, can adopt your child. Or not, that is your choice as the parent.
He has no rights until the child is born even if he can prove it is his.
What are all the rights of an child of the UNCRC - the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child?
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Does the decedent's mother have superior rights of inheritance over the decedent's illegitimate child?
If the deceased had a will, the child[ren], alleged and otherwise, have rights to the estate only to the extent outlined in the will. If the deceased died intestate, the estate will be probated according to State law. In the latter case, if paternity was never established, the alleged child has no rights to the estate. Answer and Clarification It would seem by your question that the child's parentage has already been acknowledged. The answer… Read More
If you relinquish your parental rights, you are still not going to get child support payments. The child support is for the child.
If a father terminates his rights can he collect child support from the mother if the child lives with him?
if the mother terminates her rights can he collect child support from the mother if child lives with him?
If you give up your rights to be the parent to a child, you can have more children, but you no longer have any rights to the child you gave up.
What are three rights that are necessary for a child to have that may not be necessary for an adult (the Rights of the Child)?
Three rights that are necessary for a child include education, protection from abuse and the right to play and recreation.
If a child lives with the mother and she is not the legal guardian may the legal guardian take the child?
The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed. The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed. The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed. The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother… Read More
I really think she does. But no she doesnt have any children or husbands.
No, only the biological parents are.
Not necessarily. It can establish parentage assuming the parent is still living or there are other means of DNA matching. Matching the parent can give the individual legal standing to contest a will or establish their rights in the case of intestacy. State's legislate probate laws and procedures concerning Wills and the distribution of a deceased estate who dies intestate.
That means the child lives with you and you have exclusive rights to make all decisions regarding the child.
Can the father of your child deny you rights to take your child if there are no court ordered visitation rights?
If there are no court orders both parents have equal rights.
No. A stepparent has no legal rights unless the child is legally adopted by the stepparent. No. A stepparent has no legal rights unless the child is legally adopted by the stepparent. No. A stepparent has no legal rights unless the child is legally adopted by the stepparent. No. A stepparent has no legal rights unless the child is legally adopted by the stepparent.
Our father died intestate our mother is deceased and father had one child from a prior marriage. How will his estate be distributed?
All your father's children are entitled to an equal share in his estate. You can check the laws of intestate distribution at the related question link provided below.
Nope, no rights to the child at all after birth.
In the United States the father has no rights until the child is born.
There is no child with that right. Legal rights do not enure until a child is born. There is no legal right to be born. There is no child with that right. Legal rights do not enure until a child is born. There is no legal right to be born. There is no child with that right. Legal rights do not enure until a child is born. There is no legal right to be born… Read More
You would not get in criminal trouble for giving your child a different last name from your husband. The law, however, assumes that whatever last name you give the child, if the child was born while you were married (even if separated for years), then your husband is the father of the child. Not too many years ago courts would not even entertain evidence tending to show that someone other than the husband was the… Read More
Yes. Step children have no right to inheritance unless they were legally adopted. In most states, if legally adopted, they have rights of inheritance only if they are minors. An adult child can be disinherited as long as it is done properly by will. In an intestate estate, a legally adopted child is an heir at law. You can check the laws of intestacy for your state at the related question link provided below.
First, you look and see if a will exists. The will receives first priority in probate court. Then, if a person died intestate (without a will) a law determines inheritance. An adopted child has the same rights as a natural child. Without knowing such things as the number of children or if there is a husband or if there is a will or if she liked some special people or charities, it is impossible to… Read More
NO, YOU HAVE NO RIGHTS OR OBLIGATIONS TO THE CHILD AFTER SIGNING AWAY PARENTAL RIGHTS
Am I still liable for child support if you terminate your parental rights and she wants to get married and he plans on adopting the child?
you may still be liable for any back support owed,but once you give up your rights & the child is legally adopted, it's now that persons job to provide for the child,but keep your rights for your child. you may still be liable for any back support owed,but once you give up your rights & the child is legally adopted, it's now that persons job to provide for the child,but keep your rights for your… Read More
Signing rights away will not stop any child support from being taken from the father. If the child is the fathers then he is financially responsible for the child weather he has rights or not.