How to Sign over Parental Rights?

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Signing over parental rights means relinquishing rights and responsibilities that come with being a parent a child. When signing over parental rights you need a voluntary relinquishment letter from a court where the child resides. A notary has to stamp the letter after you have signed it. The petition should then be filed to a court. Finally, you have to attend court sessions during the hearing of your petition.
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1. Establish Paternity. Establish the paternity of the child. This can be achieved if the unmarried father's name is on the child's birth certificate with his consent, if he and the
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Through the court.
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Call a lawyer, they draw up papers & have the judge sign them. Some judges
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That is something only the father of the child can do if he so desires to do, no one can force him to do this
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