In the US, parents have no rights over an adult child unless that adult child has been declared mentally incompetent by the court and the parents were appointed guardians as a result of that.
None, although it is their child, they are legalley an adult so they have their own rights?
ALL rights. You're still a child.
No, they are emancipated
Yes. No one has any rights to control over a child but the parents. Unless they were stripped of those rights by the government, or a legal guardian was chosen by the parents.
yes it is still your child and it they are your parents
Yes, until/unless the child is adopted.
no rights none until the child is older and the parent can explain the reasons for giving up parental rights and then it is up to the child to make a decision to have a relationship with that parent
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. The minor parents have the same rights over their child as adult parents do. The grandparents have no legal right to the grandchild.
You may arrange legally for your parents to become legal guardians of the child, or to adopt the child. It depends on what they want to do. However, both parents of the child must consent otherwise you would need a court order overriding the other parent's parental rights.
Parental consent to do what? Having a child does not emancipate you--you are still a minor and therefore under the control of your parents. However, you (not your parents) do have parental rights over your own child.
Yes, but doing so will not terminate your child support obligation.
Yes, you can adopt an illegal alien. The parents of the child have to give up all parental rights over the child.
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Yes, they do. Getting a GED does not emancipate a minor. Your parents are still in charge until you turn 18.
If you live in the US… It depends on what rights you're talking about. Minor parents have parental rights over their own children (for example, you get to decide rather or not you want to voluntarily give the child up for adoption). However, the minor parent is still subject to the control and authority of their own parents, because having a child does not emancipate a minor.
Legally, none at all. Once a child is adopted, the child has the same legal relationship with his/her parents as he/she would have if he/she had been born to them.
Until a child turns the legal age of eighteen, the parent retains full custody and rights unless otherwise mandated by the courts.
Yes. If the child is eventually adopted, the biological parents' child support obligation typically ends.A Different PerspectiveWhen you relinquish your parental rights so the child can be adopted you are no longer responsible for paying child support.
signing over a parents rights
research the law for the state, and ovbetin detailed information of what the parents rights were relinquished of. if he already owed child support he owes what he owes.
Same as before. The pregnancy doesn't change anything regarding your rights apart when it comes to your child. Him/her you are allowed to decide over like your parents decide over you.
The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.