In Maryland how do you give up custody of an adopted child who is hurting your other children and what happens to the child you give up?

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In Custody

If one parent has full custody does that mean that the other parent gives up all rights and visitation to that child?

No. Courts are very concerned that children have the opportunity to spend time with both parents. Unless there are mitigating circumstances, such as proven previous abuse. Even in this scenario, the court could order supervised visitation.

Should a girl have to give her child up for adoption if she is old enough to take care of it?

It seems to me someone that cares about her doesn't think she readyfor that type of responsiblity yet. But to me I think she has a sayso if she want to keep her on child or not. Besides its hard togive up a baby that has been growing inside for nine months.

How do you give up rights to a child?

Answer . Your best bet is to go through a lawyer. That way you're sure to have it done right the first time. Then they'll have to file it with the court and have a judge OK it.

Can your mom make you give up your child for adoption if you're under 18?

I don't believe option for you is to go to your town or city's DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN CONCERNS. Tell them your problem and they will direct you to FREE assistance. You can also contact the local D.A. (District Attorney)and ask for Youth Intervention.Good luck Beautiful. Remember that God made you special and he loves you AND your beautiful child VERY much! Many Blessings! Keep praying! Answer No, an underaged mother has the same rights to her child's as would an adult mother. No one can force her to have an abortion, place the child for adoption, or relinquish her parental rights. The young lady might wish to contact either Planned Parenthood, 1-800-230-7526, or Birthright, 1-800-550-4900, Either agency will assist the mother-to-be in obtaining, medical care, counseling, housing, legal aid, and public assistance if needed.

If an unmarried woman gives a child up for adoption does the father have first claim on the child and if he does take custody is the mother obligated to pay child support?

Answer . Yes, the father does get first claim, in order for the child to be adopted by someone else, he needs to give up his legal rights as a father to the child. If you fully give up the child for adoption, to him, then he can not make you pay child support, but if he takes custody only, then yes you may be instructed to pay child support. He does not need to adopt to get custody. But he may stop you from giving up your child, by claiming he supports the child financially, and does not wish to terminate parental rights, but also does not wish look after the child himself.Get a lawyer and discuss this with him. Check out this site for more information

Why would a mother give her child up for adoption?

Because they realize they are not capable of caring for an infant at that particular time of their life. Perhaps they are not financially able, or not in good health, or any number of legitimate reasons.. A mother who allows her child to be adopted gives the child the opportunity to grow up in a secure and loving family environment. She is not doing it to make her life easier but to make the child's life better, it is an unselfish, courageous and loving act.

Can your parents legally make you give up your child through adoption after you have it when you are sixteen?

Answer . \nNo, they can not legally force you to give up a child for adoption and neither can they force you to have or not to have an abortion.

What are the legal implications of giving up child custody?

Answer . \nIf "giving up custody" refers to a parent voluntarily relinquishing their parental rights to a minor child or children the consequences of a TPR being granted is that the parent loses all rights to the minor child/children permanently. A TPR cannot be rescinded by the parent nor revoked by the court.\n. \nTPR decrees are not for the purpose of allowing a non custodial parent to be relieved of his or her financial obligations to minor children. They are usually only granted by the court to allow minor children to become eligible for adoption.

In the state of Ohio if a non-custodial parent gives up all parental rights to his children does he still have to pay child support?

Actually I questioned once how someone would give up their parentalrights in the state of Ohio and I was informed that in the State ofOhio you cannot give up your parental rights unless someone iswilling to take over those rights which means there is anotherfather or mother that is willing to adopt the child BECAUSE someonehas to be financially responsible for your child. Even if thecustodial parent is not on assistance at the time there is alwaysthe chance that the child will end up on assistance so there is noway to give up those rights unless someone else is agreeing toassume those rights.

Should you give your baby up for adoption if your ex doesn't show any interest in you and you don't want the baby but you know it would hurt him because he wanted a child?

Answer . If his name is on the birth certificate, he will certainly need to know before you can allow the child to be adopted. If he has not shown any interest in the child, and is not paying child support, then it is entirely reasonable for you to seek a better home for your child. Just wanting a baby is not enough for parenthood (as you seem to know!)--raising a child into an adult takes a lot of time and effort. Your baby's needs come before the ex's wants. And, he owes you child support for the entire period until the child is 18.

Why do women have abortions when they can just give the child up for adoption?

because having an abortion to them is faster! and i personallythink that's wrong to have an abortion. sometimes they wont wantanybody to know that they had a child

If you give up your parental rights to your child do you have rights to their children?

No you do not. If you gave them up or lost them, you legally have no right concerning anything with them, legally. Look over the paperwork the courts gave you. Make better choices next time. I do not agree with the above post. It is my understanding that if you have visitation rights as agreed upon in Court Documents you have a right to the child. The Custodial Parent may not move and or interrupt your visitation rights.

Can the biological mother give her child up for adoption to the biological father?

Answer . The biological father would not need to adopt his own child.. He would petition the court for full custody of the minor child and assuming the court deemed him fit for parenting he would become the sole custodian.

If you are ordered to pay child support and the mother gives up custody can you stop paying?

Answer . As long as it is child support and not alimony (to the woman) then yes, you can stop paying. But, it is still your child. Think about that one before you go to sleep tonight. Phil

When I give up parental rights do you have to pay child support in the state of Maryland?

It may help to understand the point of view of the law. You have a child. You are responsible to care for and provide forthat child until it becomes an adult. Almost nothing elsematters . It doesn't matter if the child doesn't live with you,it doesn't matter if you don't get to see the child, it doesn'tmatter if the child hates you and wishes you were dead, it doesn'tmatter if the child doesn't know you from Adam's off ox. That'swhat child support is for, to provide for the child. If you didn'twant this responsibility, the court will reason, you shouldn't havebeen doing the sorts of things that might result in you having achild in the first place... it's not like we have no idea whatcauses that. If the child is provided for sufficiently without you paying childsupport, then the court has discretion in the matter. However, just"giving up your parental rights" doesn't absolve you from therequirement to make any existing or future child support paymentsthat may be mandated by a court.

Did Oprah give a child up for adoption?

No Oprah gave birth at 14, it was born prematurely, a few weeks later he died.

If the biological father wants to give up his rights and I have a male friend that has been financially and emotionally support the child for years can he adopt the children?

You would have to check the law in your state. Many states will allow this type of adoption. I know that California allows this type of adoption.

Do parents legally have the right to force their pregnant child to give up a baby for adoption?

I don't think so - but this is a very sensitive subject so I think you need to seek proper professional help. Also perhaps try talking to your parents if the situation allows for that. Take Care. Legally you can not force your child to give up the custody. They are the guardian of their child and not you, no matter how old they are.

Do you have to pay child support if you give your children up for adoption?

Yes, until they are adopted. If they have to be in foster care first you have to pay. Once adopted the child becomes the adoptive parents child in every way, including financial obligations like child support if the parents were to divorce and have custody agreements.

Can an adoptive parent give up custody of their child back to the biological parent?

can an adoptive parent give up custody of their child back to the biological parent

Can you give up your mentally challenged child for adoption?

You can give it up for adoption, but who will come forward to take it.

How much do you get paid for giving up a child for adoption?

Nothing. If you are considering placing your child for monetary gain I suggest you go to see a counselor. I placed my beautiful baby girl out of love for her. This should also be your reason. If you are looking to profit from you reproductive parts I suggest you look into becoming a surrogate.

If a mother gives a child up for adoption .does it affect her custody over her other kids?

not if the adoption was voluntary and not a result of any court order declaring her unfit as a parent to that child.

Both kids live with us i have custody of only one she will not give up custody of the other to avoid child support she lives in a different state can i get custody with out risking losing my child?

If the child lives with you for six months, you can register jurisdiction in your state, if it's not already there, than file for a change of custody due to long term possession. It's not likely she will be ordered to pay child support, only 7 out of 1000 mothers do. To learn what to do, check Dads House below.

How do teens suffer emotionally after giving their child up for adoption?

Same as for adults. They are scared the baby wont forgive them, ending up with a bad family (they can seem good in the beginning but you never know what happens down the line), the regrets you feel when you want to see you child but can't, always wondering what they look like, sound like, smell like, what are they doing right now, what if they get seriously ill and you'll never know etc. And usually that longing and fear for when they turn 18 and is allowed to contact you - will they or wont they? Do I want him/her to contact me and what will I say if they are mad at me? The guilt of leaving them. Even if you have a open adoption they are not legally enforceable. Once the papers are signed, it's up to the new parents. Most agencies don't tell the birth parents that fact until afterwards. And for teens the surrounding family and friends don't always get it but just think they did the right choice since they are just kids. Some get depressions and drink more or party more to forget.

Can you give the state back custody of a adoptive child?

Yes, adoption can be reverted. You will not get the chance to adopt again though since the court will not trust you after this and it will be traumatic for the child.

Why do most parents give up there child for adoption?

There are many reasons parents give their kids up sadly enough. One if the main reasons being that they can't afford to care for them or it was an unwanted pregnancy and they decided abortion wasnt the right way to go. Another reason can be because they think they arent "fit enough" to be parents. By "fit enough", I mean that they dont know how to raise a kid or dont want to learn. One last reason I can think of is that they might be drug addicts, but most of the time kids get taken away if thats the case. The parents just dont give them away.

If they received custody of the child yet no final date has been assigned to give the child up would it be considered kidnapping for them to take them anyways and refuse to give the child back?

Yes. Believe it or not, well over 90% of all reported kidnappings are just a parent taking their child away from the other parent. Addendum: It could be considered kidnapping. It might be considered the lesser charge of Custodial Interference.

How do you give up custody of a child. Our nephew is in our custody and we can no longer care for him. there are no other family members?

If there are no other family members, and you are no longer able to care for this nephew, the only remaining alternative is for him to become a ward of the state. Contact the child welfare agency in your state.

If you give up legal custody does the father have to pay child support?

He will not pay to you since you no longer have the child, but the both of you would have to pay child support to the one who get the child. If he has the child you have to pay to him. It is both biological parents responsibility and obligation to pay for their child's expenses, even if parental rights are terminated. The only way to get out of it is if the child is adopted.

Did George Harrison give up a child for adoption?

No, it's just a rumor. George only had one son, Dhani, who he kept and raised.

Can a parent force an underage child to give up baby for adoption?

If a child is underage, there are ways a parent/guardian can force their child to arrange an adoption. However, it is always better to compromise and negotiate with children, even if they are not responsible enough to make that kind of decision, they are entitled to be educated and warned of the possible outcomes and hardships that come with raising their own children. Parents/Gaurdians who want this for your child, make sure that you approach it with love and support while keeping firm on the options that you give. As parent you don't want to make a child resent you. And I'm sure that you can understand how hard it would be to give up a child. Legally though you can not force your child to give up the custody. They are the guardian of their child and not you, no matter how old they are.

Do you have to give up custody of your child if your child transfers school?

Well, this is actually a little complicated to answer since the question is a little to vague. So let me see if I can break this down: Let's talk about the long shot scenario: You are the custodial parent and you want your child to attend school in the same school district as the non-custodial parent; you are now going to have your child move in with the non-custodial parent so they can attend said school. So, the answer would be yes, you will have to give up primary custody of your child in order for them to live in the non-custodial parents home. This is what could happen: a. Adjust custody order to reflect joint custody; have visitation rights. Just understand that whoever has more "nights" with the child each year will be considered the custodial parent. As a non-custodial parent, you could be obligated to pay child support. b. Adjust custody order to reflect that non-custodial parent will have primary custody of your child. They will now be the custodial parent and you, as a non-custodial parent, may be obligated to provide child support. Easy scenario: You just want to move to a new school district, and as the custodial parent your child naturally moves with you. Then, no, you do not have to give up custody of your child. What you must do is provide the non-custodial parent with your change of address as well as a new home phone number if it changes.

How do you give up your parental right to a adopted child?

I read your question as asking how to give up parental rights to an adopted child and not how to adopt a child. You haven't added enough detail about your situation for anything but a general answer. It would be important to know if there is a parent who is willing and able to take full responsibility for the child and if the reason for the termination of your parental rights is for the purposes of adoption by another adult. Courts are concerned with the best interest of the child. Courts are always reluctant to allow the voluntary termination of parental rights unless the reason is to facilitate an adoption. They generally recognize that a child is entitled to the support of both parents. An adoptive parent is the legal parent and has all the responsibilities to provide for the child that a biological parent would have. The possibility of obtaining approval from a court is further reduced if the custodial parent is receiving any kind of assistance. Many courts do not allow it at all unless the child will be adopted by another responsible adult or the remaining parent has the resources necessary to fulfill the needs of the child. You need to consult with an attorney who specializes in family law who can review your situation and explain your options.

How much does it cost to give up custody of your child to the state?

In general, one cannot give one's child to the State. The taxpayers are not interested in raising your child. When the State does take custody of a child, it pursues the parents for support.

Can you adopt a child that you already have custody of if the mother doesn't want to give up her parental rights?

If you are not the biological father of the child then no the mother still retains her rights as the child's maternal mother and therefore can put a stop to you adopting her child. In such cases the mother would have be proven enough of an unfit parent that her rights are legally stripped from her but that is very slim chance unless her behavior puts the child in danger. Now once the child reaches a certain age (which is different in different states and countries) the child may decide they want you to adopt them and may choose to be adopted by you in which case the court would (usually) honor the child's decision and allow the adoption to proceed.

Do you have to get the consent of both parents to give a unborn child up for adoption?

Yes Sometimes implied consent is sufficient: if, for example, the birth father does not support the birth mother emotionally and financially through her pregnancy, and does not involve himself in the life of the child after birth, he can have his rights terminated through implied consent. This isn't always the case, and the law on this varies a bit from state to state.

My ex husband and I have 2 children. One is adopted. He now wants to give up his rights to our adopted child because of behavior issues. Can he do this?

In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support.

Can an adopted father of a child give up his rights to the child after a divorce?

In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support.

Did Oprah give up a child she had?

No, her son that she had as a young teen after being raped by her uncle for years, died after 2 weeks.

How much does it cost to give a child up for adoption?

Nothing. The adoptive parents pay all legal fees and your medical expenses. Many will also pay for your living expenses ( food, rent, maternity clothes, ect.) and with educational expenses.

Can you give up parental rights of a child if a child is living with their grand parents who have legal custody in order to wipe out child support debit?

In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support.

Did Einstein give up his child for adoption?

We don't know. There are no records, just guesses. You can read more about the little girl born out of wedlock in the link below, under Lieserl Einstein. .

Why did George Harrison and Patti Boyd give up their child for adoption?

George and Patti never had children in the first place. Patti couldn't have kids. She was the one wanting to adopt but he said no.

Can a mother decide weather or not her under age child can give their baby up for adoption?

Not in the USA. Only the biological mother decides this and even if she wanted to she could not do it without the father agreeing to it. They might be underage but they have the same rights as all parents to decide regarding their child.

Can a minor give up a child for adoption in georgia?

Yes it's always the parents decision what to do. The father have to give his consent though since it's his child too. Maybe he wants custody.

How can biological dad stop his ex girlfriend from giving up their child for adoption?

Contact a government agent or an adoption center official. You could also try to take the case to court.

How do you give up temporary custody of a child?

To give up custody under Temporary orders, or Divorce Decree, the court will need to change the legal and residential custody of the minor. Child support is not affected unless the Court orders a change in child support.

What does it mean if you dream about the father of you unborn child wants to give up the baby for adoption?

Nothing. Unless the father says something it could just mean you're having nightmares. If he stopped helping you out an everything when you got pregnant then that's probably where the dream came from but unless he says he wants to it doesnt mean anything.

Who agrees keeping identity secret when giving up a child adoption?

The agency at your request if that's your preference also the prospective parents if you desire to get involved in the selection process. . The child may be able to find out when they reach adult age, it depends on your state's laws-this you need to clarify with them before deciding.