The birth father needs to establish that he is the Fatherby filing some documentation to Establish Paternity. If he does, then his Consent is necessary. But just saying that he is the Father will not typically require his Consent.
I am 25 years old and wish to have my step-dad adopt me and remove my biological father's name from my birth certificate and add my step-dad. Does my biological father have to give permission since I am an adult. I am married and have two children, and all of us just want to be joined as a... Read more »
It is fine to prepare an indemnification clause regarding marital debts in a dissolution of marriage action, and you are able to sue the other party for their failure to comply, but creditors are not parties to your divorce and will pursue whoever they desire to sue.
Verbally abuses me, and I have no transportation as he has had my old vehicle towed under the guise of having it repaired. (3 weeks ago.)He tells me he makes his own schedule at work,and almost weekly goes to dental appointments for his $expensive new teeth,I have had to cancel doctors appointments... Read more »
I was listed supervisor of visits with my grandchildren & thier father (my son) the mother has not honnored any visitation in over a year now. I know Florida recognizes grandparents rights however I do not know how to go about this & does it also not put her in contempt?
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