If this refers to the unborn child the laws of the state where the child is born would apply. Generally the unmarried mother regardless of her age has full automatic custody of the child except under extraordinary circumstances. If the mother is unmarried and the father wishes to share custody he must first establish paternity (usually through DNA testing), even though he claims to be the father.
I believe that the mother should get custody and she gives the father a schedule to be on.
Even though the mother is underage she still has custody of her child as long as she does not do something to get custody taken away from her
If a young girl decides, or acidentally, got pregnant then i believe the girl has a right to decide who the child stays with.
Yes she can.
biological mother has sole automatic custody of baby
It is difficult to get out of DSS custody until you are over age eighteen. It is possible sometimes to have a judge grant a minor emancipation.
In most circumstances the mother gets primary custody.
he was held under custody and the directors found out he was underage drinking
The age of consent in CA is 18.
Periods, underage pregnancy??
I find the question somewhat confusing, but... Underage *generally* refers to someone who is under the age of majority, which is 18 in the US. Pregnancy has no effect on the age of majority. A 17-year-old is underage. A pregnant 17-year-old is still underage.
In most breakups it is the mother who gets custody, however, the legal basis for deciding who gets custody is the welfare of the child, so if the father can demonstrate that he is a better parent, he can get custody.
If you gave up custody, you would need to file a petition with the court to modify custody. However, you must show that a change in custody would be in the best interest of the child as well as other factors.
Try a library. They have books on everything.
Custody is determined by a judge. If the father is not underage, he may be more likely to be granted custody because he has a more likely ability to provide for the child (however underage or not- if he hasn't already been convicted of statutory rape, he may be at this time). An underage mother may plead the judge to give custody to the father, but ultimately it is the judge's decision. If you think the decision was made unfairly, you may be able to appeal it. A mother CAN illegally leave the father with a child, but the mother must permanently leave and faces risk of prosecution... The child may also be put up for adoption if neither parents will agree to take care of it.
Custody was resolved. Mrs. Jackson (Michael's Mother) gets custody. Debbie Rowe gets visitation and continued Spousal support, even though MJ is deceased, she will continue to get it anyways.
The father gets custody once proof of paternity is established
Yes, only the legal guardian can give consent.
Regardless of age, mother has sole control and custody.
That depends on the state. In many states, if both parents have equal custody, then both signatures would be required.
A relative. Someone like an aunt, uncle, or grandparent.
if you are not there for the original custody case you can lose custody. The temporary is just until the court decides who gets custody.