The father wants to sign the birth certificate but he is not married to the mother if his child?
he can sign as long as he acknowledges that he is the father
Q: WHAT IF THE MOTHER REFUSES TO LET THE FATHER SIGN IT, THERE MUST BE A LAW BY NOW WHERE HE CAN FIGHT AGGAINST THIS, THIS ISSUE IS RIPPING MY FAMILY TO PIECES
Does the birth mother have sole custody of her child if she is not married to its father but the father of the baby is not on the birth certificate?
Does the birth mother have sole custody of her child if she is not married to its father but the father of the baby has signed the birth certificate?
Here in the Philippines, a mother can not just name any person as the father of her child in the Birth Certificate. They will look for a marriage contract as their reference when you named your child under his/her father's surname. Or if not married, they let the father fill up the Affidavit of Acknowledgement/Admission of Paternity at the back of the Birth Certificate.
Can mother put biological father's name on birth certificate if they are not married and he does not sign?
If you're in the US, no, she cannot just list him on the birth certificate without him being involved in the process (he normally has to sign a separate form acknowledging paternity) Only the father can sign his name to the birth certificate, but he is able to do so regardless of whether they are married unless the mother is married to someone else. In that case the husband of the mother would have to…
The mother must be of course. Yet, if the father can not be then no, or if you don't want the father to sign he does not have to. In Michigan when a child is born the mother fills out a form. The mother is asked if she is married and instructed based on her answer what information is needed. Paternity is established through court. If you are married or the father accepts paternity it…