What if your adopted parents put unknown parents to the birth certificate do you have the rights of their property?
No, since they are not your biological parents.
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I am uncertain as to the specific laws in Oklahoma, but it is possible to reverse an adoption. Depending on the state you live in, the petition may be filed by the adoptee or the biological or adoptive parents. However, it is a lengthy and expensive process. You will have to check with the courts …in your location for information on whether or not it is even possible to reverse adoption in your home state. Furthermore, you will almost certainly need a lawyer. You must convince the court that you have a compelling reason for your request to reverse the adoption and, even then, the court may deny your request. It is the court's duty to decide whether or not the reversal would be in your best interest and, even if you disagree, they may decide that your adoption is in your best interest. If your were adopted through foster care, then your birth parent's rights have been terminated; if you manage to reverse the adoption in that case you'll go back into foster care, and will almost certainly not go back with your birth parents. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Sometimes, it is up to the person, whether they feel right meeting their birth parents or not, and whether the birth parents want to meet them.
Does a father still have parental rights if you do not put his name on the birth certificate because you fear for your life and that of the child's?
Answer . \nThe law does not require an unwed mother to name the father on the birth certificate. A man who is not married to the mother and wants to acquire parental rights to a child must first establish paternity through the required court procedure.\n. \nHowever, it would seem that the woman… involved in this situation would be wise to obtain information on how to protect herself if (before) it becomes necessary. National Domestic Violence and Abuse Hotline, 1-800-799-7233, http://www.ndvh.org, The Feminist Majority \nhttp://www.femminist.org/911/crisis.html ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nNot without the other parent agreeing to the relinquishment of his or her parental rights as well.\n. \nAny parent can file for the voluntary termination of parental rights.\n. \nIt is the judge's decision whether it will be granted, and if so, to what extent.\n. \nA TPR is not a l…egal instrument to be used as a way for a parent to be relieved of their responsibilities to their minor child or children. ( Full Answer )
If a father terminates his parental rights to a child will his name remain on the birth certificate?
birth certificate . \nIt depends on was the father's name on the birth certificate to begin. But usually yes as a friend of mine just adopted two children and the biological parents names are on the birth certificate and they both terminated their rights to the children.. Name change? . \nA p…ersons name remains the same on their birth cirtificate until they legally change it, or if they are a minor, their parent legally changes it. If the father has given up his legal rights, he has given up any legal decision making for this child until they are 18. The child will have their birth name until their mother changes it legally. ( Full Answer )
There is no law saying they can or can't search for their birth parents if that's what you mean. Is it a good idea to? That depends on how much you know about the birth parents. I think the best thing to do would be to talk to your child about it or try talking to a counseler. I guess in the end it …will be the child's decision and if that's what they decide to do then the best thing for you to do would be to support them. ( Full Answer )
One of the best ways to do this is to file a "Petition to Break the Seal of Adoption." Once the legal seal is broken (the fee to do this yourself - known as "Pro Se" in the legal world - is around $100) you can then get a copy of your original birth certificate with your birth parents names. There w…ill be a fee for that also, usually about $50. You will need to contact the courthouse where you were adopted (search for Family court, not criminal court - they are in different buildings in most states). Once you have the names of your birth parents, you can begin searching for them. If you are fortunate to live (be adopted in) the states of Kansas or Alaska, then there is no seal, so it is easier to get the original birth certificate. Most of the paperwork you have to file requires you to be the adopted person yourself. Unless you are an attorney, you can almost never do this for someone else. Lawyers usually charge anywhere from $2000 and up. So it probably is a good idea to do a lot of research and go "Pro Se." As I write this I am working on it myself. You probably have to be at least 18 years old. Also the paperwork and laws vary greatly - not just from state to state - but also because of the year you were adopted. Ask the Family court what forms you need and what fees and payment are required, and get them notarized. Some require you to put down a reason. The most common are to check for medical history or to establish contact. I would go with the "medical history" reason because it sounds more official, and who knows - you may actually find some medical information that could come in handy. I hope it works out for you. - Bruce S. ( Full Answer )
India Adopted child has all the rights under the Hindu law, which the biological natural children has. They have right to inherit the properties of adopted parents. US, Canada and UK A legally adopted child is a legal heir at law with all the rights of a biological child. See related quest…ion link below for inheritance under the laws of intestacy. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It all depends where you are located and the laws there as well as your age. Usually you would become a ward of the state at this point.
Answer . amended birth certificates which are issued after the finalization of adoption vary in details from state to state. Although I have never seen one without ANY parents names on it, i wouldn't surprise me. They usually try and make it look authentic though so the adoptee sometimes doesn't …even know they are adopted. Can you ask him? Mine lists my adoptive parents as my parents, there is no attending physcians signature, no time of birth or birth details like length, weight, etc. very minimal details. Very annoying. Can you ask your husband if he was adopted? ( Full Answer )
Their parents can't take care of them. Either they are too young or maybe don't have enough money to support a child.
It can happen, but the reality is that the courts are going to be really against disrupting a child's life like that. First the parent had to give up their rights, or lost their rights due to a court order. To change it back again is very rare and it has to be really exceptional circumstances.
It should be when the child is ready to be contacting there birth parents! Thetr is no age limit Good LUCK Yes I agree, children should be able to contact their birth parents when they are ready! You can be 20 or 30 it doesn't really matter. Ktionna Queen
I am not at all very sure about this question since I am not a person from the judge or anything, but I don't think it is possible if your parental rights are terminated... Unless the termination is for a short period of time.... Hope you were satisfied by my answer!^^
Can a natural child claim rights to a deceased parents assets if property was jointly owned with a stepparent when the stepparent never adopted the child legally and the natural parent left no will?
If the parent and step-parent owned the property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship then full title passed to the step-parent upon your parent's death. You have no rights in the property.\n. \nYou may have an interest if the property was owned as tenants in common. In that case your pa…rent's half would pass as intestate property according to the laws in your state which you can check at the link below. \n. \nYou could view or obtain a copy of their deed at the land records office to confirm how the land was owned. If you think you may have an interest you should speak with an attorney and show her/him the deed. ( Full Answer )
Yes/No Situation. It's something an individual will want to know, to complete them. Without knowing, there will be an empty hole - a missing piece to the puzzle of you. On the other hand, your birth parents didnt want you, they left you. Does that not hurt? Why would you want to find them and …interfere with your happy life? ( Full Answer )
What are the father's parental rights if his name gets put on a child's birth certificate and he was never married to the mother?
he has every right to the child as you do. Meaning if you want to do something with the child you need his permission.
They feel like they need to find them in order to feel like they belong again.
No. If the parents are unmarried he must establish his paternity legally, in court, and request custody or visitation rights. At that time the court can also issue a child support order.
No. When a child has been legally adopted the parental rights ofthe biological parents have been terminated and they have no rightsregarding the child.
Probably... But the actual rights must be determined by a court pending a paternity test.
If the child was adopted the grand parents have no rights. It would be up to the adoptive parents whether any relationship could be maintained.
Not always, but it is a great start ! I would ask for a DNA test in family court. But remember, you will be basically given the mother child support for 18 years. And there is a chance that the child is not the person who signed the certificate. And if the male signed the certificate and he finds ou…t that he is not the biological father, and yet assumed to be, he will be stuck paying for 18 years anyway. So, this is serious business. get an attorney, get a DNA test and go from there. Ask the attorney about the statute of limitations. This is important. very, very important! ( Full Answer )
Everyone is curious and wants to know about, How they were adopted. And you have to let them know. It is not safe or healthy for you to keep there life a secret. Most kids who have seen there biological parents are okay and don't look for them, but those who don't know are more likely to try to find… there parents. ( Full Answer )
Well it depends. Some of the time (or most) someone from the adoption agency (the person setting up the adoption) will go and get the child then bring them home. Sometimes one or both people who are adopting the child may go with that person to get the child and meet the parent.
Only if you submit to a blood test that proves your parentage. Some states will allow paternal/maternal grandparents to assume guardianship of blood-related minor children - BUT - it depends totally on the circumstances.
tell him/her the reason why you gave them up (e.g i was very young when you were born, too young to look after you and give you a proper life, the life you deserve, so i had to give you to someone else, someone i knew could give you a good life) tell him/her how much you care about them try and be …there for him/her don't push him/her and try and force them into forgiving you and talking to you or you will just push them away and don't stand in the way of them making their own discisions even if you think they are the wrong ones (except if they are illegal obviously) spend time with them, just you and them, try and see them as much as possible, but ask them if its ok first, the child NOT the adoptive parents hope I've helped x good luck x ( Full Answer )
A parent should have the right:. To make the placement decision in a fully informed manner, devoid of pressure or coercion. . To reconsider an adoption plan at any point prior to the legal finalizing of the relinquishment. . To be informed from the start of any monetary expectations - such as rep…ayment of financial assistance -- if she changes her mind about placement. . To exercise all parental rights she/he wishes prior to placing a child for adoption. . To be treated with dignity, respect, and honesty. . To have independent legal counsel to protect her/his best interests in the process. . To receive nondirective counseling to help her/him understand all of the options and resources available and the implications of the decision. . To be legally assured that promises and agreements made as a part of the process will be adhered to. ( Full Answer )
According the Alabama National Congress for Fathers & Children:. YES, it gives the father the absolute right to pay child support and that's all. James Blackston . see related question
If you are a adopted minor it is your adoptive parents that areyour guardians. The court is the only one who can take away andgive guardianship. Once your birth parents signed the papers theyagreed to never getting their parental rights back. The courtsdon't allow it.
Sometimes I just found out that the male listed on my long form birth certificate is not my father but rather the ex-husband that she was separated from at the time. They did not list father if they were not married. In the seventies it was common for the Judge to legally lie on the paperwork, it… was stated to me, " it was the times do not take it personally? ( Full Answer )
Does a father have to give up his parental rights for your husband to adopt your child if his name is not on the birth certificate?
No, if the bio's name is not on the birth cetificate then your husband should be in the clear to adopt your child!!! . The father can still challenge
Generally, being incarcerated does not take away a person's property rights. However, if there is a mortgage to pay, property taxes, insurance and utility bills, the property could be lost for non-payment. If you are dwelling in the property and paying for the upkeep and maintenance, then you should… request your parent transfer ownership to you. If you need to manage the property for your parent then he/she must execute a Power of Attorney that names you as the attorney-in-fact. That would give you the authority to stand in for your parent, sign your parent's name and manage the property. The parent could also transfer ownership to the children if he/she will be incarcerated for a long time. The situation changes when a parent is found criminally responsible for the death of the other parent. In that case the incarcerated parent's right to any marital property is wiped out and title passes to the children. You should seek the advice of an attorney in your area who could review your situation and determine what your rights and options are. ( Full Answer )
If adoptive parents lied to an adult adoptee about the birth parents rights having been terminated to manipulate the adult into consenting to the adoption can this be grounds to overturn?
Yes it can be overturned as long as you have proof that the birth parents was manipulated into giving the child up for adoption through falsified information about the parents rights being terminated. It would be a long process, but as long as you have proof shouldn't be difficult. It's strange for …the birth parents to be tricked into signing over parental rights because they have to sign an affidavit that pretty much focuses on the rights that you're signing over. So if they signed the paperwork there may be something in their that states that their rights were already terminated (which given the situation would be false) so that in itself should make it null and void. Hope that helps. ( Full Answer )
Part of the adoption process involves the termination of rights of the biological parents. When the adoption is finalized, the adoptive parents assume the rights and responsibilities of the biological parents.
Yes, once you're 18 you have the right to look for your birth parents. Your parents aren't under any obligation to help you though. If your current parents are willing, they may help you earlier than that.
You cannot give up their rights. If you're being abused by your adoptive parents, you should talk to your therapist, teacher, priest, social worker, etc or call the police.
As long as the child is a minor it's entirely up to the adoptive parents. When the child is an adult you can contact them but just make sure they know they are adopted first. Try to work with the adoptive parents for best result.
Start when the child is very young, referring to the birth mother who lovingly gave birth, knowing the child would need another mother who would love, care for and raise this special baby. Let the child know she / he was loved from the beginning by the mother who loved them enough to give them up an…d the mother who chose him / her out of all the children in the world. Tell the child how she / he didn't grow in your tummy but grew in your heart. I suggest starting young with the most simple language so there is never a feeling of shame or something hidden. Honesty is always the best policy when dealing with children. ( Full Answer )
If u know there last names then you could look them up on either Facebook or google Contact the adoption agency for information on your parents.
The children's father is not listed on their birth certificates. What parental rights does he have in Pennsylvania?
The father must establish his paternity through the court via a DNA test and then he can request both a visitation order and child support order. The father must establish his paternity through the court via a DNA test and then he can request both a visitation order and child support order. The fa…ther must establish his paternity through the court via a DNA test and then he can request both a visitation order and child support order. The father must establish his paternity through the court via a DNA test and then he can request both a visitation order and child support order. ( Full Answer )
Unless you have a open adoption you are not supposed to. At 18 you can try to find them or they can try to find you. if you have a open adoption you need to speak to your parents how much contact they allow. It's all up to them as long as you are a minor.
You can contact the Child Protective Service and they will investigate and see if you can stay at home or not. You can also talk to a trusted adult or relative or the police.
Yes but in order for you to be adopted they have to sign over their parental rights. And only they can put you up for adoption, you can not do that yourself.
If they would sign off on it. However tempting it might be sometimes, I am sure that they won't.
If the mother agrees, however if the father is known, it would be best to have his cooperation as he would have to voluntarily relinquish his parental rights in order for such an adoption to take place. The court will make every effort to notify the father of the pending adoption including, in most …states, publication of the proposed adoption in the newspaper. And even if the father remains clueless and finds out at a later date what happened, again, depending on state law, he may still have the right to petition the court to have the adoption declared null and void if he wishes to reclaim and exercise his parental rights. You need to consult with an attorney specializing in family law in your state of residence, lay out all of the facts and get an informed opinion. There are just too many variables to give a detailed answer on such a complex issue on an internet forum. ( Full Answer )
The birth mother have no rights to the child at all, even if the adoption is reversed. The adoptive parents have all rights to the child, they have legal custody and are the official parent/guardian of that child.
Yes they can but they have to go to court for it. It is often however not in the child's best interest since many try to find their birth parents and siblings when they are adult with their own families. Changing the birth certificate makes it very if not impossible to do so. So think twice about wh…y you feel the need to do this. ( Full Answer )
both of your parents will be on your birth certificate, as will your date of birth and your christian name and your legal second name .
The birth certificate does not give him parental rights. To get those he has to prove paternity in court by a DNA test. It's also not you who terminate his rights but the court so it's to them you have to turn. If the father objects they will most likely not do it. They usually see it as in the chil…d's best interest to have access to both parents and only allow this in case of adoption when both parents agree. ( Full Answer )