Legally Disowning a Child?

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The legal term is child abandonment. Parents cannot disown their children legally until the children are of legal age. In most states, the legal age is 18.
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Child abandonment is the practice of abandoning one's child outside of
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id go to the local court house and talk to them to see what they can tell you. if you just up and leave then you are disowning her but thats also illegal. talk to a lawyer or someone
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Disowning is not a legal term. Once the child is adult it's up to either part whether to have contact or not and that is all legal. When the child is a minor however it would be child
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1. Prepare a child custody petition. The specific requirements for a child custody petition vary by state, but generally, you must list the full names of you, your child and the child's
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