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 How does a mother go about having the father's rights terminated?

Answer Answer Correct. Once a minor has a child, she is emancipated, meaning she is now considered an adult and independent of her parents. Answer No, a mother who is a minor is presumed by law to have ... Read More »
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How can the mother of a 16-year-old have the father's paternal rights terminated?

Answer The termination of parental rights is done in two ways either voluntarily by the parent(s) or involuntarily by the court.One parent cannot force the other to give up their rights to a child... Read More »
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Can a mother request from the judge to reinstate fathers parental rights once she has already petitioned the court to terminate his rights and the judge did terminate his parental rights?

Yes. It's called "disruption" and it does happen. Sometimes a child comes home with problems so severe that they cannot be handled by the new family; in such cases, the parents can seek to disrupt ... Read More »
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What are a biologicial fathers rights to child if mother is deceased?

In Michigan can the biological fathers rights be reinstated after having relinquished them so the child could be adopted by the mothers new spouse if the adoption does not go through?

Most people want to adopt a baby or a two-year old child. Those lists are quite long. If you want an older child the lists are shorter.
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