Having full legal or physical custody. If it is full legal custody the mother has given up any legal claim to the child. If it is full physical custody with joint legal custody the child will be in the legal custody parents home. She may elect to give the child up to be adopted by the stepmother.
In many states (and maybe in all states) if the custodial parent dies, then the non-custodial parent gains custody, provided that that his/her parental rights have not been terminated (and just because he/she did not have legal custody does not mean that his/her parental rights were terminated). Of course, in that event the stepparent can still petition the court for custody. Check with a local attorney.
Your husband have to go to court and petition for custody. Unless the mother is unfit and you can prove it, it will most likely not be full custody though.
No, unless the baby's biological father relenquishes his parental rights, he would get custody of the child if the mother dies, not her husband. The biological father must sign his rights away to the mother's husband.
Custody, not parental rights.
No, just your stepmother. Your mother-in-law is your husbands/wifes mother.
stepmother = meetria mother = meetera
Legally minors are not allowed to choose.
Aurora has a mother, not a stepmother
Depends if it is a single trailer or a double-wide
With the American legal system, if the children are young the female will most likely get custody.
Boyfriend or husband (unless he is the biological father) has no legal right to the child at all. The mother can try to go for full custody though.
No. His father did not marry but once. In fact, Grant's mother outlived her husband by about 10 years.
If you're referencing a custody change, you need power of attorney.