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 Rights of unmarried mother birth certificate signed by father?

Answer Unmarried mothers will have to include the name of their child's father on birth certificates under sweeping changes to the law unveiled yesterday.Men who claim they are being excluded will also ge... Read More »
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Does a biological father have any custodial rights if his name is not on the birth certificate and the mother was married to another man at the time of birth?

Answer Yes, get a blood test and prove it Answer No. What is your motivation? Are you trying to destroy a marriage? Have you done anything to support your child? Given money to pay for medical or... Read More »
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If a father signed over rights and now the stepdad and mother are getting a divorce can the father get his rights back?

Answer It depends on the courts. If you have been out of the picture re your child(ren) for more than 2 years, the courts may give full custody to the mother. However, if you can show you are mak... Read More »
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Does a 3 year old child's biological father have any rights if he is not on birth certificate or any other document but the mother has abandoned the child with him?

AnswerYes. provide details to court that you belive child to be your. Example sexual relationship at that time of conception, livig together ect. Then request a DNA test to establish paternity. go ... Read More »
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Does a father that was ruled unfit by a judge due to a juvenile charge have any visitation rights after the mother signed over her rights to her parents and they have not let father meet or see child?

That would vary from state to state, and court to court. You would need to contact your state child welfare department, and perhaps an attorney.
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