Legal Advice for “Fathers Rights” — 37 results
Written by attorney Mary Brown, over 3 years ago.
It is a
logical question, with a surprising answer. Historically, unmarried fathers have had fewer Constitutional
rights with regard to their children than either unwed mothers or married... more
Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, almost 4 years ago.
In Arizona, paternity/maternity is governed under A.R.S.
25-801 through 25-818. Generally
speaking, just about anyone can bring an action to establish the paternity of a
child, and the... more
Written by attorney Thomas Daley, almost 4 years ago.
Both houses of the Texas Legislature have passed SB 785 and it has been sent to the Governor for signature. It passed nearly unanimously through both houses, so it seems likely that the... more
Written by attorney Robert McCarthy, almost 4 years ago.
The bonding of a child with adoptive parents may bea factorin a judge's decision to terminate parental rights in Massachusetts. Adoption of Nicole, 40 Mass. App. Ct. 259, 262-263 (1996).... more
Written by attorney Anthony Azemika, about 4 years ago.
California Court of Appeals has ruled that a Mother has standing to petition the Trial Court, under California Family Code Section 7841(a), to free child from parental custody and control... more
Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 5 years ago.
Step parents and adoptive parents exercise parental rights every day. In some cases, grandparents get parental rights. But two 2008 cases address the issue of parental rights where the... more
Written by attorney Anthony Azemika, over 4 years ago.
A California Appellate Court has ruled that the Trial Court did not make a mistake in terminating Father's parental rights in a step-parent adoption proceeding because there was sufficient... more
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