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In Illinois if you sign over your parental rights to your child's mother do you still have to pay past due child support?

yes. the child has up till a certain age to pursue back child support. the child can use back child support to go to college or use it for other stuff. even if you gave up you ( Full Answer )
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In Pennsylvania if you sign over your parental rights to the child's mother do you still have to pay child support when the baby is born?

You might. There are two different concepts going on here. One is parentalrights; you can sign those away because they're yours. The other is the child's rights. You can't s ( Full Answer )
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How does a mother sign over her parental rights to the child's grandparents?

This should be done in a court of law ... for everybodies protection. This prevents someone from later "claiming" that they had exclusive custodial rights at a certain age dow ( Full Answer )
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If you sign over your parental rights can you get the child back?

Probably not. Your options were most likely explained in lots of detail before this court document was signed. The only way that this might be possible is if the other party a ( Full Answer )
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Your ex has been pressuring you to sign over your legal rights so that she can give temporary custody to her mother she says that you will no longer have to pay child support you just wanted to know i?

surrendering parental rights will free you from child support obligations only if pursuant to surrendering the rights, the child is ADOPTED. this does not include temporary cu ( Full Answer )
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If she signed her rights over years ago do you still have to pay back support when the 2 kids are over 21?

If signing away rights, then other people take over raising your children, but you will still have to pay support money for the children until they become of age, and sometime ( Full Answer )
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How do you sign parental rights over to your sons mother?

In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of ( Full Answer )
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Can a father sign his parental rights over to the mother?

In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of ( Full Answer )
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Can you sign your parental rights over to your mother?

She can but it must be approved by a court and the father must also consent. The adoption or guardianship must be accomplished by a court order. The parties must seek the advi ( Full Answer )
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Can you get back your parental rights after you signed your kids over to your mother... if you have been in the house with them and been the one paying for everything.?

You paying for everything is how it should be, giving up parental rights does not mean you don't pay child support. If you want the rights back you have to go to court. It's v ( Full Answer )
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Is it possible for a parent get their rights back after signing a child over?

The answer depends on the details. If the parents rights were terminated so the child could be adopted, no. If the parent(s) consented to a guardianship, a petition to termina ( Full Answer )
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Can a mother sign over parental rights to her oldest daughter?

She actually can as long as her oldest daughter is over 18 years old. when you are 18 you are a legal adult and now responsible so they could actually sign it over to your old ( Full Answer )
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Do you have to pay to sign over parental rights?

Only any court filing fees that may be involved. You will have to pay child support, even if you sign over your rights as that is a separate obligation, unless the child is be ( Full Answer )
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How do you sign over parental rights from mother to father?

You don't sign over parental rights, you either have them or you terminate them. The father, if not married to the mother, can get his parental rights by going to court and pr ( Full Answer )
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Is a mother able to sign over parental rights to a grandparent?

This is a complicated area of law. The most common meaning of 'signing over parental rights' means consenting to a legal guardianship. It can also mean terminating parental ( Full Answer )