Results for: What_rights_does_an_adopted_child_in_the_state_of_New_Jersey_have_in_terms_of_finding_out_about_their_birth-parents

In Adoption

In the state of New Jersey can a married man give up his parental rights to a child that is from an affair he had with a 16-year-old?

Answer . Thanks Mackey for the added info.\n. \nMarcy\n. \n. \n. \nSounds like your husband is a fair amount older than this 16 year old and he could well have charges ( Full Answer )
In Custody

If a father is unemployed and signs over his rights does he still have to pay child support in the state of New Jersey?

The terms of a TPR petition are decided by the presiding judge and not based upon the ability of a parent to pay or not pay. It is legal in ALL 50 states for a judge to order ( Full Answer )
In Adoption

Do you have the right as a noncustodial parent to put your child up for adoption?

Answer . \nNot without the other parent agreeing to the relinquishment of his or her parental rights as well.\n. \nAny parent can file for the voluntary termination of pa ( Full Answer )
In Adoption

What rights does a adopted child have to find their birth parents?

There is no law saying they can or can't search for their birth parents if that's what you mean. Is it a good idea to? That depends on how much you know about the birth parent ( Full Answer )
In Custody

In the state of New Jersey if you are not a biological parent does the court have the right to consider your income with your wife's for child support?

Answer . Hi, unfortunately yes, only if your married and the two of you file a joint income tax return, you can file separate tax returns, but in most cases one, or both o ( Full Answer )
In Adoption

What are your rights as an adopted child if both your adopted parents die?

India Adopted child has all the rights under the Hindu law, which the biological natural children has. They have right to inherit the properties of adopted parents. US, ( Full Answer )
In Parenting and Children

How do I sign away parental rights on an adopted child?

You need to get a form from the courthouse that allows you torelinquish parental rights. The process is the same as that ofsigning away parental rights to a natural child.
In Adoption

What rights does a birth mother have to contact an adopted child?

In the United States the rights of a birth mother to contact an adopted child are determined by state law. If an adoption agency handled the adoption, then the birth mother ha ( Full Answer )
In State Laws

What is the term of office for New Jersey State Supreme Court?

In New Jersey, a Supreme Court justice (as well as any Superior Court judge) is appointed for an initial seven year term. After that the justice (judge) becomes eligible for r ( Full Answer )
In Adoption

How do the state know if the parent who is adopting is right for the child?

Of course there are no guarantees, but the process to adopt a child is a long and grueling one for the prospective adoptive parent (PAP). It takes many months (usually years) ( Full Answer )
In Adoption

How do you give up your parental right to a adopted child?

I read your question as asking how to give up parental rights to an adopted child and not how to adopt a child. You haven't added enough detail about your situation for anyt ( Full Answer )
In Custody

In the state of New Jersey if you give up rights to your child do you still have to pay child support?

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 )
In Custody

I signed over rights to my child after my ex wife left me and moved to another state. Her new husband was going to adopt him but that never happened. Can I do anything to be back in his life?

That could depend on several things: why you signed over your rights, why you were going to allow him to be adopted, the state in which you live, etc. You may still have a goo ( Full Answer )
In Adoption

Parental rights on an adopted child?

Part of the adoption process involves the termination of rights of the biological parents. When the adoption is finalized, the adoptive parents assume the rights and responsib ( Full Answer )
In Custody

Can a 14 year old child who mother has had her parental rights terminated refuse to be adopted by the fathers new wife?

That depends. A child has the right to state their opinion to the court and their wishes will be taken into consideration. Whether or not they will be granted depends on the v ( Full Answer )
In Adoption

How do you get the rights of a step parent who has adopted your child turned over?

I'm sorry but the court will not revert the adoption. You can try and I suggest you consult a lawyer on this but this is extremely rare if it even happens. Even if he lose cus ( Full Answer )