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in order to do this there needs to be a provable valid reason why you would want to do this, such as another party wanting to adopt, financial hardship, you're not the biological parent, or abuse to name a few. it is always best to have an appointed guardian beforehand so the child has a stable environment.

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Get legal help so that it is done right--this is not a casual thing to undertake.

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Q: My husband wants to sign over his rights how do we go about that?
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Can your soon to be ex husband sign over his parental rights just because he wants to and for no reason?

Doing so will not affect his support obligation.


Does both parents have to agree if the father wants to sign his rights over?

That depends on who he wants to sign over his rights to and the particular circumstances. If he wants to sign over his parental rights to his mother, for example, both parents would have to agree and the grandmother would become the legal guardian once the petition for guardianship was approved by the family court. A court would need to approve any "signing over" of parental rights.


What are the Colorado laws on signing over your parental rights?

In Colorado, a parent may not sign over their parental rights unless there is another spouse available and willing to adopt the minor child. This means, if a father wants to sign away his rights to his child that the mother's new husband must be willing to officially adopt the child.


Your daughter biological father wants to sign over rights to your fiance?

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You are divorcing and your husband is keeping the kids He wants you to sign over your parental rightsCan he do this?

He can certainly ask, but you do not have to agree.


IN Alabama My lawyer wants me to pay for my ex husband to sign over his parental rights shouldn't he have to pay?

No, Because you are taking away all of his rights to yours and his child so he has no decision in the child's life anymore. Therefore, he does not have to pay.


How can you get your ex husband to sign over his parental rights?

You can ask your ex-husband to sign over his parental rights, but if he doesn't want to do it, you cannot force him. If he has abandoned his child you may be able to get the court to force him, but make sure it's in the best interest of the child before you do so.


If the father of your baby wants to sign over his rights do you have to let him?

No, mothers have 100% control. Only a mother can give up her rights with interference.


If a parent signs over custody can they get it back later?

No, once you sign over the rights that's it. Now if the person that you signed rights over too wants to give them back to you than, Yes.


What if mom marries and moves out of state can the biological father sign over his rights and have the new husband adopt the child?

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If a couple who has been separated for six years and the husband wants a divorce but the wife won't sign the papers what are the husbands rights under Mississippi law?

get a lawer and sue her ! they can make her sign the papers !


Can a father sign his rights to a child to his mother?

A father who wants to sign over his parental rights must fill a petition to terminate his parental rights. He must establish just claim, and this does not include reluctance to pay child support.

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