Who gets custody when only one parents name is on the birth certificate in CA?

Answer I don't know about California per se, but generally custody goes to the mother, especially if paternity has not been established, until/unless changed by the courts.

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Can you give full custody to your parents if the father is not willing but is on the birth certificate?

No. The father must consent. The request for guardianship must be approved by the court and the court will notify the father. He will have the opportunity to object at the hearing and the court wil... Read More »

What if your adopted parents put unknown parents to the birth certificate do you have the rights of their property?

Can an unmarried father be on a child's birth certificate and still not have custody?

If a father does not sign the birth certificate within 30 days can he lose custody?

Answer Would probably depend if the father was married to the mother or not. Ask the hospital or the records division (birth, death, marriage license) in your town. If you aren't married, you may... Read More »