How can a mother get a passport for a child without the fathers consent?
A request must be made of the court to override his power to object, or to remove his parental rights and responsibilities. Because most countries, including the US, do not honor the Hague Treaty when it comes to custody rights claims made by fathers with foreign orders, there must be a limit on allowing these passports to be granted. Only Cuba, who did not sign the Treaty, honors foreign orders equally, regardless of the gender of the claiming parent.
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Can the mother of your unborn child move from Texas to Mississippi without the consent of the father?
Answer . \nYes, if the couple are not married the mother is presumed to have full legal custody of an unborn or born child, until a court rules otherwise.
Whether or not a mother can take a child out of the state withoutthe father's consent depends on the custody order that is in place.If there is no formal agreement, she does n…ot need permission toleave the state with the child.
Yes you can because it is legal if a guradian or parent allows it to be for a certain amount of time. Usually depending on their age. (time varies)
Does the father of a unborn child have the right to attend the doctors visits without the consent of the mother?
Answer for England and Wales: Absolutely not.
If a mother has custody of a child can she waive child support and move without consent of the father?
Child support may be waived only with the consent of the court/agency that entered the order. The divorce or support order may contain language about moving the child.
(in the US) The baby would need a passport to leave the country anda US passport cannot be issued to the baby without the consentof both parents . HOWEVER - if there is any i…ntent contemplatedto permanently separate the father from his child, no , thatis unlawful. This is especially true if there is some kind of legalaction taking place over divorce and/or custody matters.
No. The adoption would require the mother's voluntary consent unless a court deems her to be an unfit parent and terminates her parental rights. See related question link.
What is your recourse if a mother takes the child out of the state without written consent from the father?
That largely depends on the circumstances, and things like marital status, custody, and existing court orders. In any case, consulting a lawyer would be a very good idea. .
Provided it is just for a trio or vacation, and not a permanent move, then possibly yes. In other circumstances no. It depends a lot on marital status, legal custody, and any …existing court orders. Consulting a lawyer would be a great idea to find out the legalities for your specific situation.
Generally no but you haven't mentioned marital status, legal custody or existing court orders.
That depends on state law where the child legally resides and the custody/visitation order that is in place. You need to provide more information to get an informed opinion.
Only if the mother has been granted sole physical custody of the child and has the court order to prove it. Otherwise, no, the State Department will not issue a passport for a… child without both parents' signatures if both parents' names appear on the child's birth certificate.
No. The child has 2 parents not just one so both need to give their consent.
That depends on the mother's custodial status and the terms and conditions of the original custody and visitation order. There is no "one size fits all" answer that can be giv…en without info about the custodial status and even then, court orders may be modified.
Can an American citizen father take his child from a foreign country without the consent of the mother?
It can reasonably be assumed from your question that the mother andthe child are together in some foreign country. Ask yourself if thelaws of the US would automatically take p…recedence over the laws ofthe other country. Even if US law says that the father can claimthe child, what country is going to allow the father to come in andtake the child from the mother? If the tables were turned, wouldthe US allow this? There will be a very understandable legaldispute and the need to somehow arbitrate between differentlegitimate legal claims. There would be similar problems even ifthe child is not with the mother.