tell the person who you are having a baby with and then give up your rights.
The law presumes that your husband is the child's father unless/until someone else's paternity is established.
The father has the right to visit with his child unless the court issues an order to the opposite.
Please write your question in a COMPLETE sentence, telling what you want to know ABOUT the cry of an unborn child.
You would have to go to court for all that.
Yes, you do.
The child can do anything he wants to :)
No, but he can't. see link
A child cannot be forced into seeing a parent if they don't want to. It's their decision and nobody elses. That is not correct, you can force the child to go, or the father can force them to go as they can not make any legal descions the parents do
if i would be . you i would slip on his face . live him alone and went along with my child. that's it. the best way
This is something you need to think long and hard about. Even if the babys father doesnt want it, you need to decide if YOU want it. I can only imagine how hard it would be for a woman to abort her unborn child so make sure you get lots of advice from friends and family before making any hasty choices.
Really, this unborn child belongs to you as well. Wouldn't you want your unborn child to be healthy. You helped create it, so help take care of it. Even while it is still in the womb. That's what a real man would do.
To an unborn child? None. The biological father has no say whatsoever in whether or not the mother gets an abortion or how the mother chooses to carry and deliver the baby.The moment the child is born, however, the married father has the same rights as the mother. He has the right to have his name added to the birth certificate, even if the mother doesn't want him to, and he can petition for partial custody of the child. He also has the right to voice his opinion about any early medical decisions that might have to be made, such as circumcision. An unmarried father must establish his paternity in court and then can petition for custody and visitations.
Yes, in most cases. However, there will most likely be a presumption that Husband is the father of the unborn child. Of course you can challenge the presumption. Anyway, can file for divorce but will be financially responsible for the unborn child unless you can prove it's not yours. Also, if you want custody, divorcing your pregnant wife isn't a good start.
I want to find out wether my child receives SSI from her father?
ideally a DNA test of the child should be matched with that of the usuall supects. If that is not possible the likely person is with who you had intercourse after the safe period and you have stopped having your menses after that.
doesnt want his father to get killed for not marching righ
sure but if you want to see your child that you worked for try to get custy of her or him
I don't know about Tennessee, but I live in Kentucky and I have permanent custody of my grandson. His mother and father gave up their rights to him and they both have to still pay child support.
If the father has legal custody and the child is a minor - yes.
As the father has joint legal custody of the child he can not say he does not want the child at the paramour.
What if the child is 13 yrs old and want to move in with father if you have phyiscal custody of her?
Yes and the choice of visitation is not up to her, it's up to the judge. If he is the biological father and have proved paternity in court, he can petition for custody, visitation and pay child support. She has no legal right to keep the other parent away from the child.
He says its because the child wasn't planned and he doesn't see our unborn child as a person. He refuses to want anything to do with the child but yet he has been there for me throughout the pregnancy. Go figure.