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If you marry your fiance who does not have legal custody of your son does your fiance have any legal rights toward him?

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2006-09-01 16:44:16
2006-09-01 16:44:16

No. If the fiance is the natural father, then he does have rights to his son. Getting married doesn't give him legal rights to your child (assuming he is not the father). He must adopt in order to have legal rights.

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