Must a parent with lifetime rights sign sale contract?
You mean a contract to sell a property in which the parent has a life estate? No.
If the children want to sell their future interest in the property, it is separate from the rights of the parent with a life estate. Similarly, the children do not need to be asked if the the parent wants to sell (or mortgage) his or her life estate to someone else.
On the other hand, if the buyers want clear title, with no life estate, then you have a different problem: terminating the life estate, by merging it with the future estate, and what's in it for you?
What legal rights does a step parent have in the state of Wisconsin are they the same as the legal parent?
Can a custodial parent servering in the military move the child to another state without the non-custodial parents consent?
No. The custodial parent must obtain the court's approval and the consent of the non-custodial parent, if possible. Courts do not take it lightly when a child is separated from a parent with visitation rights. The court will examine the situation and address the matter in the best interest of the child. No. The custodial parent must obtain the court's approval and the consent of the non-custodial parent, if possible. Courts do not take it…
Can child support payments be temporarily stopped if the non custodial parent is not being allowed vistation rights?
Only if he is the sole living parent. Otherwise the mother must consent and sign over her parental rights also. If the mother is not in agreement it would need to be approved by a court order. Remember that the courts do not appoint a legal guardian while either parent has legal custody. If the mother is fit and doesn't want to relinquish her rights, the father cannot sign his rights over to anyone and…
Yes, under two circumstances: 1.) You must be the mother who gave birth to the child. 2.) You must be the father who was legally married to the mother at the time of the birth. If you are an unmarried father then you must establish your parental rights in court once the child is born. Then you can address custody, visitations and child support.
If a school requires that a parent must retrieve a cellular if its been taken and the parents are divorced can either parent get it back by law as they are the guardians?
No. Since he brought the child into the world he must support it. Note that you cannot simply give up parental rights in order to avoid child support. Generally there must be another adult who is willing to take over your legal responsibilities and financial obligations as the child's parent. In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit…
Is it legal in Alabama for a mother to relinguish her parental rights to another adult individual that lives out of state?
I am presuming that you're asking if one parent can relinquish her parental rights and basically give the child to another adult who is unrelated and not the child's other parent. The basic rule is that if one parent terminates her rights then the other parent has those rights unless the rights of that adult were previously terminated. I am sure that in any case the adult to whom the child was given must officially…
Any time a parent releases custodial rights it must be done through the Family Court. If this other man is the child's step parent then Dad can voluntarily terminate his parental rights through the court and then step dad can adopt the child. But Dad can't just sign his rights over to any other man. Legal guardianship of children must be accomplished by court order.
Can biological parents get parental rights back if child is dropped off and left by adoptive parent?
How can a purchaser of debt sue for unjust enrichment thereby claiming the rights via assignment of the prior debt holder when they are not producing the contract?
The purchaser of a debt only has the rights of the original creditor, and must produce the debt instrument, which may or may not be a contract. Proof of the contract terms and breach of the terms must also be produced. Rarely does a debt collector purchase anything other than a promissory note or credit card debt.
If one parent wants to sign over their parental rights to the other parent it must be done through the court and they should have legal representation to be fully informed of the options, obligations and consequences. If both parents to a third party the process must be approved by a court and both parents must consent. The adoption or guardianship must be accomplished by a court order. The parties must seek the advice of…
In the US a biological parent cannot be forced to relinquish his or her rights to their children, it must be done voluntarily. The court can permanently terminate the rights of a parent in cases of child abuse and/or neglect and in very rare instances if the state in which the minor child/children reside has an applicable "abandonment" statute.
Do I have to go to the court to regain my parental rights if the adoptive parent doesn't want the child anymore?
While rare it has happened. Typically, the noncustodial parent must have a criminal or abusive history and have had parental rights severely limited or terminated. The custodial parent (soon to be exspouse) must demonstrate a potentially dangerous environment for the child. And, the stepparent must have a parental relationship with the child. In short, the court must be convinced that such an arrangement is in the best interest of the child.
How can one parent sign over complete custody to the other parent if he doesn't want anything to do with them and not pay child support?
Technically, at least in IN, a parent can sign an agreement stating that they terminate their parental rights and that child support is also terminated. However, they can always petition the Court to reinstate their rights and/or the other party can always request child support - even if there was a signed agreement. The only way that parental rights can totally be given up is if a parent signs over their rights so a step-parent…
Real rights -rights that a person has over a immovable property. It must be registered against the title deed of the property, Limited rights - when there is a restriction/servitude on a property, the owners rights are limited by it, Personal rights - the right of a legal subject specified in an agreement or contract.
Yes, you are STILL the person responsible for bringing the child into the world. You need to support them. The laws vary from state to state on parental rights and child support,So signing away your parental rights may not relieve you from paying child support.. However if one parent wants the other parent to sign away their parental rights,they can come to a legal aggreement that if the parent signs away their rights then the…
How old do you have to be to switch from your mother's house in Florida if she has primary custody to your father's house in New York?
If you have court ordered visitation rights the custodial parent is in contempt of a court order. You must return to court immediately and file a motion for contempt. A custodial parent who refuses to obey a visitation order can eventually lose custody. If there is no visitation order in place then you must request one from the court.