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If the father does not request a DNA test, the mother holds all of the parental responsibility and rights. The mother cannot request child support. The father cannot request custody or visitation.

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In the state of Florida, the unwed mother is considered the natural parent to the minor child. The law in Florida gives an unwed mother all legal rights to her child.




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Yes it was. I was there in 1969 and its sole purpose was to house unwed mothers who were relinquishing their children. Unfortunate, sad era.


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Sole custody and control. Father has nothing except a child support obligation.


You have full custody and legal guardianship. The father have to go to court to get his parental rights and petition for custody, visitation and pay child support.


The mother until the father has gone to court to get his parental rights.


Regardless of living arrangements, unwed mothers have sole custody and control in all states. The father has no assumed rights.


Virginia is different from most states where an unmarried mother automatically has legal custody of her child and the father must establish his paternity legally. In Virginia there is no presumed custody. Unwed fathers and mothers must go through court to obtain legal custody.Virginia is different from most states where an unmarried mother automatically has legal custody of her child and the father must establish his paternity legally. In Virginia there is no presumed custody. Unwed fathers and mothers must go through court to obtain legal custody.Virginia is different from most states where an unmarried mother automatically has legal custody of her child and the father must establish his paternity legally. In Virginia there is no presumed custody. Unwed fathers and mothers must go through court to obtain legal custody.Virginia is different from most states where an unmarried mother automatically has legal custody of her child and the father must establish his paternity legally. In Virginia there is no presumed custody. Unwed fathers and mothers must go through court to obtain legal custody.


poverty. and lack of knowldge about sex education.


Night Stand - 1995 The Unwed Mothers Show 1-31 was released on: USA: 1995


In Florida as in all U.S, states the unwed mother retains full custodial rights to a child unless/until a court rules otherwise. Paternity must be established before the assumed father can pursue any rights to the child and/or before the mother or legal guardian can petition for child support.


Unwed fathers have several rights in the state of Alabama. The fathers can see the children, they can pay child support, and the fathers can request visitation.


Yes he can. We went through a case recently with my fiance (who was never married to his son's mother) and he got custody of the child. The mother has to be proven to be unfit just as if the father was losing his rights. Fathers have the same rights as mothers as far as unwed children. Depending on the circumstances and the situation of wach party. BUT to answer your questions, yes


This is an interpretive area, usually without a clear direction of the law. The legislatures have not sufficiently addressed the issues of underage pregnancy, other than to abolish the requirement of being sent to a home for unwed mothers. Which still exist.


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You have just as many rights to the child as the mother does even if you are unwed. It is in your best interest to go through the court system and set up a custody agreement.



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