You can give your baby whatever last name you want to give it. It can be your maiden name. Or it can be the baby's father's last name even if if the father is not your husband.
Yes, the baby can have whatever last name you want it to have.
That depends on the relationship you have with the father. You can always give the baby your last name. If you intend on asking the father for financial help and to be active in the child's life, then consider giving the child the fathers last name. you can give the baby whatever name you want
yes the baby can have any name you give it even if the father is not there you just need to make sure you know that he is the father.
If you are unmarried and the father of your child wants nothing to do with the baby then you can give the baby your last name and be sure to register your baby's full name (including the surname ... last name.)
In general, you can give your baby any last name you want. Some states limit this to the names of either the father or the mother. Even if your husband is not your child's biological father, he is still the child's legal father.
yes it can when he gets out of jail he will have his kid
You can give your baby any name you want, although the registrar may ask you if you really want that name!!
This would depend on where you are at, some governments may allow it, others not
I know that in the state of pennsylvania, the father must be present to sign the babies birth certificate in order for the baby to have the fathers last name.
Certainly. Or you can give your baby your last name. Its the full decision of the couple what to name the baby.
As of now, Paternity Fraud is not yet illegal, though that may change.
Actually yes the baby can take the father's name because last time i heard, the mother gets to pick either if she wants the baby' s last name to be hers or his.
Yes on the last episode of the last season of rob and big he becomes a father to a baby girl
You could give the baby the last name of the father, however it depends are you letting the dad know about the baby? Is there a chance you two will be together? You may consider your last name and the dads. well its in your option. the dad of my baby cheated on me and we are no longer together and ive thought long and hard about the last name thing. but i have choosen to stick with the dads last name so you will know its under his custody. but its your decision
yes they will be zuko father will have to escape jail.
No as long as you do it on the hospital, they just make you watch a video and make sure that he understands that the baby will be his responsibility also. If the father voluntary admits to parentage his name will be on the birth certificate and there is no need to petition the court for the infant to assume the biological father's name. In UK the father has to accompany the mother to the register the baby's birth.
Roseanna McCoys baby, Elizibeth's last name was Hatfield because Johnse Hatfield was the father of the baby and his last name was Hatfield
Because she is hoping she and the father will eventually be married and She and her child will have the FAMILY (keyword) name.
he is my father and i have his last name ROSS i have not seen him since i was a baby and i hope he stay in there and i"m 14 years old and i"m mad a him and i get in touch with his daughter this is his daughter diamond ross and i can prove to the people he's my real father.
If you mean that the mother changes the baby's surname, of course.If you mean that the mother changes her surname to the father's (the same as the baby), of course.
Yes. I think it can be your last name or the father's last name (biological or adoptive).
I'm not sure if this is the policy in every state, but the mother can give her baby her last name or the fathers, whichever she chooses. The father doesn't have to sign the birth certificate. This seems strange, i know. But with my children, my husband wasn't there and i filled everything out myself in the hospital. My sister had a child with her boyfriend at the time, and she decided to give the baby her last name, it was never questioned by anyone. There is no law stating the child has to have the fathers last name.