none even if he did He must have rights as a father. The CHILD have the right to his father.
Your daughter unless courts say other wise
Without a doubt the daughter. That is her father unless they had a bad relationship but otherwise the daughter.
And your question is? Termination of parental rights is a separate matter from custody (either legal and/or physical).
Then unless the biological father is ok with this and signs his rights over, the new husband has no legal rights to the child.
If the biological parents' rights were severed, the parent is a legal stranger to the child, and she and the father have no duties or benefits to each other.
Your husband has no rights over the child because he did not help in the creation of the child, but he can legally adopt her.
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If he has adopted her then he is her father and has all of the biological fathers rights transferred to him at adoption. If adopted yes
I would like to know how I would go about have my daughter give up his rights.
No right at all.
No, you must be 16 in order to make that decision, whereas he cannot force you, it is against human rights. My 11 year old daughter does not want to go with her father on the weekends and he is threatening to send the police over to get her, Can they force her to go?
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Yes, he is still the father. If you were married to the boyfriend and he adopted the baby you would still have to get the father to sign away his rights.
The only thing you can do is get a DNA test. That will show you for sure if she is your daughter. About your rights, if she is your daughter, you have to contact a lawyer.
AS you are the father of your daughter, even if you have not yet married her your responsibility will be the same and all the more as a normal father.
yes If it's established who the biological father is, regardless what name is on the birth certificate, he will have to give up his parental rights in order for someone else to adopt the child. He can also go to court and have the name on the birth certificate changed to his.
The child's father is going to have to give up his rights first. You cannot adopt a child, if both parents do not agree.
Yes you can sign over your rights. Only the courts can terminate parental rights. In this case, the child should be adopted.
It depends, it is different in each situation... but family court can help you decide that.
If the biological father relinquishes his parental rights and the court agrees and allows the adoption to proceed.
the birth father would have to surrender all parental rights. then apply for adoption.
Only the pregnant female can legally make decisions regarding the baby. She and the father are the ones deciding what will happen after birth. You have the right to support her as before. The father and your daughter will have to pay for their child. So basically nothing has changed for you regarding your rights.
If the mother and father were married at the time of her death, then the father has the rights to the ashes, and will have that right for as long as he lives. The exception to that would be if the mother left a will requesting that her ashes be left to the daughter (or someone else).