Can a child receive social security if the man didnt sign the birth certificate sign?
Not without first establishing paternity.
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If a man signs a birth certificate knowing the child is not his can he leave the mother and relinquish responsibility to the child without there being legal consequences?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nBy signing the birth certificate, he accepted legal responsibility for the child. If he wants to escape legal responsibility now, he'll have to have it proven by medical testing that he's not actually the father.\n. \n. \n . \n . \nA paternity test is not relevan…t as the male voluntarily signed the birth certificate knowing it was not his child.\n. \nHe can file a termination of parental rights petition whether or not it would be granted would be determined by the specific circumstances of the matter being addressed. (MORE)
Biological children can be eligible for survivor benefits when are of minor age and a parent dies.. The termination or relinquishment of parental rights does not always relieve the requesting parent of financial obligations to his or her children, unless those children have been legally adopted.. …Whether or not a minor child qualifies for SS or SSI benefits would depend upon the individual's circumstances. (MORE)
If a father receives social security and has no parental rights but the government gives his child a check on a monthly basis is he able to sign over parental rights?
Answer . No, but if you want a relationship with your child you can petition the court for parental rights and contact. That would be a good thing.
If a man finds out that his child really isn't his child can he sign over his rights and remove his name from child's birth certificate?
Probably going to have to have DNA test to prove it and need to go to the county records office in order to have the change done. Tough break man. Best bet is to call the county records office to get all the exact info. Answer yes.
By signing a birth certificate you are stating that you are the parent and waving right to a paternity or maternity test.. or signing you up as a commercial vessel into the sea of commerce, down a berthing canal to go and try and make the man money... our parents in signing the birth certificate… unwittingly signed our rights away to be held by the state. we are then brought into "dock" when we do something wrong. A birth certificate is a powerful document that is used to trade and they are held in a trust holding with you being the unknown beneficiary of all that is within that trust. see http://www.winstonshroutsolutionsincommerce.com/ (MORE)
How hard would it be for a father who didnt sign the birth certificate and wouldn't take bllod test to get child from mother?
very hard first u have 2 prove your the father then prove your a better parent or she unfit (brittnay spears)
When I had my daughter, her father was not able to be there at the time, so I was the only one to sign the birth certifiate as a parent. The father's name can be added by the father at a later date if that is what either of you wants to do. No one but the biological parents can sign a birth certific…ate. (MORE)
Yes i never signed my sons Birth certificate and they take child support from me.
If the child is of a deceased person who is receiving Social Security benefits, he may be entitled to Survivor's benefits under certain circumstances. See the Related Link below for more information.
Can a child draw a social security check if the man that signs the birth certificate passed away but isn't the biological dad?
That is a tricky question that depends on too many variables to be answered here. For example, did the deceased live as the child's father? Was it ever acknowledged legally that he was not the biological father? If so, was the child legally adopted? . You need to consult a lawyer who specializes… in social security claims. (MORE)
My son experienced this situation. In California, the answer is to go to the hospital of birth where he showed his California driver's license, Social Security Card, and a DNA test proving he was the father. His son was born at the county hospital as opposed to a private hospital, which may have an …impact on where to go. He had to pay $15 (the fee to file the ammended birth certificate with the county Hall of Records.) He signed the birth certificate in their presence and they kept copies of his CDL, SSC, & DNA test and submitted it (MORE)
Not signing a birth certificate will not prevent a person from being required to pay child support. If the man is the father it is very likely that the court will require him to pay.
If a man hasn't signed the birth certificate and declines a paternity test at the child support hearing will his name be automatically added to the birth certificate after support is decided?
Not automatically but the courts will usually file an order for paternity and if it isn't done the court may then file contempt charges then you have a chance to be jailed for that contempt choose your battles wisely .
The kinds of behaviors I would see that would indicate secure attachment between mother/caregiver and baby would be: happiness when the baby see's its mother. Eye contact. Mutual interaction, the baby would show comfort when with the mother. The baby would respond to the mother and act in a positive… manner. (MORE)
You cant. What you have to do is get an affadavit of paternity, which has to be signed and notarized by both parents, but not at the same time. Both parents sign and have it notarized, then send it to your state office of vital statistics and the birth certificate will be amended.
No. The parents have to apply for it for them and show the documentation of where the baby was born whether it be at a hospital or elsewhere.
The birth certificate was signed by another man in the first years of birth can another man be held responsible for that child?
Yes, there's a 30% rate of paternity fraud where a mother gets a man whose not the father to sign the birth certificate.
Can the father that didnt sign the birth certificate in the child don't have his last name force the mom to take a DNA?
A judge can order DNA testing, even if the "father" signed the birth certificate. BTW, last names are meaningless. see links
Only if he reasonably believes that he is the father. But, if he's led to believe it, when it's untrue, that's Paternity Fraud.
If another man signs your child's birth certificate does the biological father have any legal rights to that child?
You did not indicate if you're married. In Michigan and quite a few other states, if you are Married at the time of the birth of the child..the Man who you are married to is legally the father !! If the Biological father had no idea about the child's existence, or if you're just trying to cut him ou…t of the Child's life, he does, in fact, still have legal rights. If he takes a DNA test and is found to be the Bio father, then he is entitled to quite a few legal rights. (MORE)
He has just stated that the child is his and she can seek support from him for that child.
What if a woman commits adultery and gets pregnant by the other man and her husbands unknowingly signs the birth certificate. Does he have to pay child support?
Legally yes. Morally, that is just wrong. He needs to get himself an attorney, FAST!
In GA if a father has nothing to do with his child and isn't on the birth certificate does he have to sign his rights away for another man to adopt the child?
I know in Montana that if there is another party to adopt the child, that the mother has to contact the biological father in several ways even if he is not listed on the BC. Either by newspaper in the law section, or written letter. And if the father does not respond, then it means you have giving u…p your parental rights, and the child is able to be adopted. (MORE)
If paternity has been established the biological mother or person who has legal custody of the minor child can petition the court for child support from the father. The matter of not signing the birth certificate is irrelevant.
You haven't explained whose birth certificate. If it's her biological child then she must sign the birth certificate. The biological parents of the child sign the birth certificate.
You may apply for Social Security Disability Benefits. They willthen determine whether or not you are qualified. Just because youare currently out of work certainly does not mean that you arequalified. If you were just working fairly recently, I can tell youthat you will probably be denied.
In the state of Texas do you have to pay child support if you sign the birth certificate and the baby is not yours?
If you thought the baby was yours at the time but later found out that it is not, then I suppose you can file a case to have a court order reverse it. It should be simple to actually prove this in court with a DNA sample from you and a DNA sample from the child. I don't even think the court hav…e to be involved if the mother writes a paper stating that you are not the father, although you still need to provide some DNA proof. The court must most likely be involved if mother does not want this to happen, but I do think she will have to cover your costs with lawyer and courtfees to make this happen if you are proven not to be the biological father. This from the Texas Department Of Health services. The application to add or change the father's name must be signed by both parents in the presence of a notary public. When paternity is established by a court decree, only one parent must sign the application in the presence of a notary public. If the change you are wanting to make involves removing the father's information or removing one man's information and adding the information of another man, the supporting documentation must be a certified copy of a court order saying that the man listed on the birth certificate is not the biological father or that the man to be added to the birth certificate is the biological father. In some cases, a properly filled out and signed, first-time-ever Acknowledgement of Paternity can be submitted if ths "denial" portion has been filled out. http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/vs/reqproc/amendparentage.shtm Regards. (MORE)
If a man signs the birth certificate and has been there since the birth of the child and find out 6 years later that he isn't the biological father what rights does he have to the child?
If you're in the US, he has the same rights as any other father, because he is the legal father (biological is irrelevant at this point).
This will require a trip to the DNA lab and then a trip to court for an order.
The husband is presumed to be the father of any children conceived/born during the marriage, unless/until proven otherwise.
If you signed the birth certificate stating that you are the father do you have custodial rights to your child?
This is a legal question. In the United States there are 50 states plus other local administrative units. Each has its own rules concerning custodial rights.
No, and neither does a biological father, if they are not married to the mother. These are the stipulated provisions of the laws in the United States. Only through application to the courts for permission does is a man granted any such rights, even while under a child support order. see links
That varies from state to state and only addresses any right to challenge the child being put up for adoption.
If the parents were married when the child was conceived/born, paternity is assumed. Also, the other parent and/or the State may decide to file a motion in court to determine paternity.
The simple answer to this question is this : an individual who has filed an application for Social Security retirement benefits will receive a retirement benefit check in the month following their month of entitlement (defined as a month in which an individual meets the minimum age requirement …to qualify for retirement benefits and has filed an application to receive retirement benefits). In other words, social security pays a month behind. So, for example, a benefit to which an individual is entitled for the month of January will actually be paid in the following month of February. (MORE)
Can a women give her child a mans last name without his consent and he didnot sign the birth certificate?
In the area of parental rights, in my experience and in that of hundreds - even thousands - of other dads, women can do what the hell they like. It's not about the child, or what's best for it, it's about them. The law can't touch them either: you can take them to court and win the case but they can… still do what the heck they like, and get away with it. In the US, a parent can give her child any name she likes; however, the man's name can appear on the birth certificate only if paternity is established. (MORE)
No. Ones astrological sign based on ones date of birth has no legal, or scientific bearing.
You are on record as the father. Unless a paternity test can prove otherwise, you are liable for support unless you have custody and do it already.
What if another man signs the birth certificate of a child proved to be mine only because he took paternity to get out of paying child support because they are getting assistence?
This could be called "perjury." If you want to establish that you are the father, run, don't walk, to the appropriate court and request a determination of paternity, probably by genetic testing.
Yes, but if the action is challenged by the biological father the BC and the custodial rights to the child can be altered. Technically some might view such an action as fraud. However, if it is done with good intent there would be no legal repercussions but possible civil ones as noted above.
Can you put the father of the child in jail if he didnt sign a birth certificate or take a DNA test?
No - neither of these is a criminal matter. However, the court may find him to be the father by default.
Dependent on any state or country's law's modifications or provisions regarding the same, signing a birth certificate is admission of paternity and confers all rights, responsibilities and obligations of the same.
No. But the father's paternity must be established by a paternity test. No. But the father's paternity must be established by a paternity test. No. But the father's paternity must be established by a paternity test. No. But the father's paternity must be established by a paternity test.
No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. Not if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. No. No…t if they are not the parent. Signing a birth certificate is acknowledgement of parentage. (MORE)
No because the person who provides the information on a birth certificate is attesting to its veracity. A birth certificate is an official record. There may be sanctions imposed if the information is found to be untrue. You would also be committing a serious injustice to the child to lie about its p…arentage. (MORE)
How do you get information on your deceased baby if you never received a birth certificate or social security number?
The hospital has to give u a death certificate. They have to,and then you can take care of the rest.
That depends on state law where you live. In general (and this is very general), acknowledging parentage by signing a birth certificate assigns rights as outlined under your state's laws as the father. However, many rights are not automatically conferred such as custody, visitation, etc. Those are t…hings that are (hopefully) worked out between the parents or hammered out in court. Either way, court orders are involved for the protection of the rights of everyone involved. (MORE)
Can you sign up for a passport without a birth certificate or social security card I NEED HELP I am going to morocco next month?
The answer is NO! you need all three inorder to get your passport to leave this country and to return. It might take time to get your passport, depending upon where you live, so if you are planning on leaving soon you better start now. It is even more difficult to leave and enter this country now d…ue to the airport security, (MORE)
Only the biological father should sign the birth certificate. By falsifying an official document you would be knowingly and willingly committing fraud.
In most states there is no charge. The father can go to the local health department and request a paternity affadavit. You will have to go get your signature notarized (although most health departments can do this as well). Otherwise you can start a child support case and they will offer you the rig…ht to voluntarily acknowledge paternity as well. This is probably your best case. Although it will establish child and medical/daycare support it will also ensure you are legally ajudicated through the court system. (MORE)