Please seek legal advice on this one as it could get sticky. You want to do it legally and correct so there are no surprises down the road. Good luck!
No, he was not. But his father was semi-adopted by his stepfather.
The current constitution of Illinois was adopted in 1970.
If your wife was adopted by her stepfather, he would be your (adoptive) father-in-law. Otherwise, he is your stepfather-in-law, and only her biological father is your father-in-law. Also, if you have children, he will be their step-grandfather.
In most countries, only if he officially adopted them.
The Northern Cardinal was adopted as state bird of Illinois in the year 1929.
The first Illinois Constitution was adopted on August 26, 1818.
Yes, they could.
The official state flag was adopted in July 1,1970 -illinois constitution book
A dad is a father, possibly a stepfather or adopted father; a male parent or guardian.
No. Not unless they were legally adopted by him and then depending on their ages and state laws.
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it is 1970 class of 2010
The most recent constitution in Illinois was on July 1st 1971
The current Illinois constitution was adopted on December 15, 1970. This is also the fourth constitution after 100 years of adopting the third constitution in 1870.
"Land of Lincoln" was adopted as Illinois official state motto in 1955.
June 14, 1777
Unless the stepfather has legally adopted the children, he has no built-in legal right to them.
1818 when they were admitted to the union
In most cases, your stepfather's wife is your mother. If your stepfather is no longer married to your mother, and has married someone else, then that person is not related to you (unless you count "step-stepmother") and, assuming the marriage ended in divorce, he is now your ex-stepfather. However, if your stepfather is your legal guardian, or has adopted you, it may be convenient to consider his wife to be your stepmother.
In general, no.
If his biological father gives up his parental rights, yes then he can if he wants and if the judge agrees.
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In order for the stepfather to gain custody in the event of the mother's death, there would first have to be a number of circumstances. If the father is no longer in jail, has a job, home, and a means to provide the children a safe, stable environment, he would likely be the one to get custody. Having a criminal history doesn't necessarily make a parent unfit. But if he were to sign consent for the stepfather to adopt the children, then the stepfather would get custody.But if the stepfather has not adopted the children, there is also the fact of grandparents, aunts and uncles, in addition to the father, who would possibly try to get custody if the stepfather has not already adopted the children.The best thing to do would be to talk to an attorney and find out what your options are. You should also talk to your family and let them know your wishes should something happen to you.
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