What does signing the birth certificate mean?
By signing a birth certificate you are stating that you are the parent and waving right to a paternity or maternity test.
or signing you up as a commercial vessel into the sea of commerce, down a berthing canal to go and try and make the man money...
our parents in signing the birth certificate unwittingly signed our rights away to be held by the state. we are then brought into "dock" when we do something wrong.
A birth certificate is a powerful document that is used to trade and they are held in a trust holding with you being the unknown beneficiary of all that is within that trust.
No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage.
It depends on the state. In some states, a father who is unmarried to the mother acquires legal rights by signing the birth certificate. In other states, signing the birth certificate conveys no legal right, and the father still must proceed with a legitimation or paternity proceeding in order to become the legal father.
A certificate of live birth is you birth certificate that says,"So and So was born alive at Insert Time on Insert Date." ------- That is false. A Certificate of Live Birth is NOT a Birth Certificate. The data from Birth Certificates is transcribed into a computer database and COLBs are generated from that information. While COLBs are generally accepted in lieu of the BC, it is not the same thing.
If a father also has parental responsibility due to signing of the birth certificate can a mother change the name of child without his consent?
If the father is not legally divorced from another woman does his name still go on the birth certificate?
No. However, keep in mind that signing the birth certificate often has no legal relevance. If you or the father want him to have the legal rights and obligations of a father, you must pursue legitimation of the child. Additional information: Also - In several (many?) states, if the the baby's alleged father signs the birth certificate, even if later tests conclusively show that it was not he that fathered the child, they have obligated…