What is a fathers right in the state of Florida if the parents are not married nor has the child been legitimized and he signed the birth certificate and has the fathers last name?
The father has a right to pay support and to seek visitation rights. [BTW, the child's last name isn't relevant to this.]
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What if your child's father has not legitimized the child and does not pay child support but is on the birth certificate can you get married and have your spouse adopt the child?
Does a mother have the authority to give her child the fathers last name on the birth certificate without his consent and they were never married?
If not married does the father have to be present to be on birth certificate and can baby have fathers last name?
What is the fathers rights if he is on the birth certificate and he and the mother were never married?
You are not married to the father of your child he did sign the birth certificate what are his rights now that you are not together?
Who has legal custody of minor child when parents have never married and fathers name is on birth certificate?
How can the fathers last name be removed from birth certificate Parents never married and father has moved to another state does not pay child support?
In 1962 what were the requirement for a last name on a birth certificate the mother was previously married not to father of child would she have to give her married name the new fathers name or he?
Father isn't on birth certificate but has last name can he order a paternity test for rights to child?
My father was born in England Am I able to apply for a UK Ancestry Visa with only my fathers birth certificate?
Yes, you can. All you need is to have the marriage certificate and a lawyer or if Florida does Pro-bono through government ; they can help you to find a lawyer without paying as long as your reasons and finances among other things fit the requirements for this service. Example , I got married in Puerto Rico moved To New Jersey and got divorced in New Jersey withouth no problem. Remember you got married in…
Can you put the fathers name on the birth certificate if you're not married and he dies before the child is born?
My mother recently discovered a stock certificate that is listed in my deceased fathers name We found the value and are interested in selling the stock How does one go about selling it?
If your mother and father were married at the time of his death, I believe she can take the stock certificate (along with the death certificate & will) to a brokerage, like Charles Schwab. You would have to fill out forms authorizing the transaction and pay a commission for the sale. To find a branch in your area and get more information about Schwab's requirements, see the related links.
The answer is complex depending on lots of variables such as where the child was born, how old the child is, if the parents were married, and on and on. Generally speaking, if you're in the US and the parents were not married, but the father signed a 'declaration of paternity' (allowing his name to be placed on the birth certificate) there is generally a brief period of time (a matter of months) in which…