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If your brother had a child at 1 he lost his parental rights and the child got adopted he was divorced but the ex-wife is still as a beneficiary who gets the insurance money ex-wife or parents?

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2009-05-30 22:37:05
2009-05-30 22:37:05

I'm not totally sure what you are asking but it sounds like the child died. If the child died and the child was insured, the money will go to the beneficiary listed on the policy. If your brother surrendered parental rights, this child is no longer his, so I seriously doubt he has any claim whatsoever.

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Your parents have to give up their parental rights or die before you can be adopted.


i lostmy parental rights and my children have been adopted out ,,I want visitations ,,wut do i do??


You need to get a form from the courthouse that allows you to relinquish parental rights. The process is the same as that of signing away parental rights to a natural child.


He adopted Pearl when he was gay then left his husband.


When you relinquish your parental rights so the child can be adopted you are no longer responsible for paying child support. You are liable for support until/unless child is adopted.


Your parents have to give up their parental rights before you can be adopted and the new couple must pass the home study before they will be able to adopt.



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Yes but in order for you to be adopted they have to sign over their parental rights. And only they can put you up for adoption, you can not do that yourself.


With the court's approval and significant demonstrative evidence.



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Yes and no, depending on the circumstances. Not if the child was adopted.


If the child is being adopted, not otherwise.


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Not from the parent that is losing parental rights.


Only of their parental rights were given up by them or taken away for some reason.




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