It is really important to go to an attorney that has experience with international adoptions. The best source for experienced attorneys in adoption is the American Academy of Adoptions Attorneys at www.adoptionattorneys.org.
They would have to terminate your parental rights. Many more facts and information would be needed to properly respond to your question.
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I agree with both attorney above. However, I think that the emphasis should be drawn heavily on why you want to terminate his rights and if that is a good idea or not. As the other attorney noted, as long as his rights are not terminated he is obligated to pay child support. Even if he isn't paying support today it may be collected from him in the future. However, if there is a safety issue with father then please seek a family law attorney in Nevada as soon as possible and Mr. Willick's...
You have a lot of questions that need to be answered. My recomendation would be to seek and attorney in your area that is well versed in adoption. You can go to www.adoptionattorneys.org to find well qualified attorneys that can help you in specifically adoption.
Your question is far too complex with additional information needed for any attorny to give you a proper answer on this forum. However, it may be helpful for you in narrowing your search for a proper attorney to go if you go to the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys a www.adoptionattornys.com. They have their fellows listed by state so you can quickly find attorneys that have a vast amount of adoption experience in your area.
The other response to this question is absolutely correct. Get a lawyer. The only thing I want to add is an additional resource. To find a proper attorney for this area of law, I would go to the Amercian Academy of Adoption Attorneys website at www.adoptionattorneys.org to find an attorney with a great deal of adoption experience.
Let me start with clarifying that I'm not a Florida attorney. However, the premise of mediation is that it is a form of settlement. I would contact your mediator and find out if you can come to the table again. Reach out to the opposing party and let them know your concerns. If you reached settlement once perhaps the opposing party will still work with you without litigation.
I would advise that you seek legal advice from an attorney where you live. I would recommend that you go to www.adoptionattorneys.org which is the website for the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys in order to find a qualified attorney to assist you.
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Your fact pattern is far too difficult to respond to without more information. My suggestion is that you obtain an attorney who is well educated in adoption law. I suggest you go to www.adoptionattorneys.org which is the website for the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys. They have a directory that is state by state and you will be able to find a well educated adoption attorney at that site.