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Take him to court. But you'd better have compelling reasons to deny your children their father.

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Q: How do you take your ex husband parental rights away in Virginia?
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Do you have to sign your rights away?

No, it is your choice whether to sign your parental rights away unless they are taken away by a judge.

North Carolina parent signing parental rights away?

Can you terminate parental rights if the absent parent is paying suport

Do you still get visitation after you sign away your parental rights?

No. All your parental rights would be terminated including the right to visitations.

Can a husband legally sign over his parental rights to his mom to give her a better chance to get sole custody from your dtr?

No. If the court allows him to give them up, which they would not in this case, the mother is the only one with parental rights. Parental rights is not something you can give away or pass around to different people. As long as the mother is fit there is no way a grandparent would get custody.

What do you do if parental rights taken away unfairly?

Consult a lawyer (attorney).

In Florida what are the steps for signing your parental rights away?

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IN Alabama My lawyer wants me to pay for my ex husband to sign over his parental rights shouldn't he have to pay?

No, Because you are taking away all of his rights to yours and his child so he has no decision in the child's life anymore. Therefore, he does not have to pay.

Can a man be forced to sign away his parental rights?

In the US... No one can force another person to sign anything, but a court can certainly terminate parental rights if they have cause.

Do you have to pay child support if you sign your parental rights away in Oklahoma?

Yes. Termination of parental rights does not absolve support obligations unless the child is being adopted.

What are the Colorado laws on signing over your parental rights?

In Colorado, a parent may not sign over their parental rights unless there is another spouse available and willing to adopt the minor child. This means, if a father wants to sign away his rights to his child that the mother's new husband must be willing to officially adopt the child.

How do you sign over parental rights in CA?

In the state of California, a person goes to court to sign over their parental rights. Many people believe that by signing over their parental rights relinquishes them from having to pay child support, this is incorrect unless the child is adopted.

If the mother has sole physical custody and shares joint legal custody with the father the two never married if the mother dies can her husband who is not the baby's biological father assume custody?

No, unless the baby's biological father relenquishes his parental rights, he would get custody of the child if the mother dies, not her husband. The biological father must sign his rights away to the mother's husband.