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 What Are Biological Motives?

Answer Biological motives include the most basic human motivations such as hunger, thirst, sex and sensory stimulation. Biological motives are wired into the body's nervous system and are necessary for hu... Read More »
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If the biological father has no rights do you need his permission when adopting the child when marrying the biological mother?

If the biological father has rights do you need his permission when adopting the child when marrying the biological mother?

You cannot adopt a child if the father still has legal rights over that child. The father would have to sign the child over to you. that is the only way you could adopt the child. marriage has noth... Read More »
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What if biological mother lies under oath about the who the biological father is during adoption proceedings?

If you have sufficient evidence that the statements she made were false, you can file an appeal. If accepted, they could investigate and if proven guilty she would be charged with perjury, or "lyin... Read More »
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If a biological father abandoned biological mother when told of pregnancy does he have rights 2 months after child's birth?

Yes He Does If You Didnt File A Government Order For Him To Stay Away. If You Dont Want Him To See Your Child Then Go Get A Court Order.
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