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Do a absent father have parental rights? And can the father take my child out of state?
Asked in Chicago,  IL Jan. 13, 2019 ,  1 Answers

My daughter is threenow he never been in her life for 3 yrs I have been harrassed by him. He now is married and he want her for breaks and the summer time but she doesn't know him. The only thing he know is what I told him which is only her first name her birthday and cartoons she like. He want to m...

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What can I do to insure I maintain sole custody?
Asked in Prairieville,  LA Jan. 07, 2019 ,  3 Answers

I recently had my daughter and at first did not know who the biological father was. After doing a non legal test against one, I figured out the other is the father. I haven't informed him of the results yet. He had not been around most of the pregnancy and him and his family constantly harrassed me ...

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Adoption in Georgia
Post On Aug. 26, 2014

One thing to remember is that laws pertaining to adoption vary widely from State to State. I would never recomment an individual attempting to draft and file a Petition for Adoption themselves. It's a child. Every "T" must be crossed and every "I" dotted. Close enough is tragic in adoption law. I've...

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GPS & Technology: Divorce Friend or Foe?
Post On Aug. 16, 2013

Every day we are bombarded by advertisers with the latest and hottest “must have" technology product. We are told by Apple, Samsung, and a host of other vendors that without their “latest" products we are falling behind and out of style. Increasingly, these new technologies are being used as forms o...

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Identifying Alienation versus Constructive Criticism
Post On Jul. 28, 2012

What is the REAL reason for revealing this information to the children? Obviously children do not need to know everything, especially when it comes to their parents. There are some things that the kids may benefit from, however. If you are revealing something about the other parent, the information ...

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Frequently Asked Questions About Adoption in Louisiana, Adoptive Parent-Related
Post On Jan. 12, 2012

ADOPTIVE PARENT-RELATED QUESTIONS Who can be an adoptive parent and who selects them? There are three types of adoption in Louisiana: Agency, Pivate, and Intrafamily. The Children's Code is the same for all three types: a single person, 18 years or older, or a married couple may jointly petition to ...

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