Q: How do i sign over my parental right of my child to his mother.
A: As you may know by now, you cannot simply "sign over" a child to another person. In New York, a parent may voluntarily terminated their rights in certain situations where an "involuntary" termination is possible, but a voluntary one is just easier. Otherwise, if there is another adult that wants to adopt the child, the biological parent MAY be allowed by the court to voluntarily terminate their rights so the adoption may proceed. Each circumstance is different, and your best option is to consult with a local attorney before you take any further action. Good luck!
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