Answer: Your Father has the choice on who he classes as his N.O.K but usually it is his wife.
A person can execute a form that designates a next-of-kin in the case of a medical incapacity. Your father may not have chosen his next-of-kin since you are asking the question. Since you have asked about your father then it is assumed you are the surviving child and there is no surviving spouse. If there was no written designation, in most jurisdictions you would be the next-of-kin not your grandmother.
Answer: No, not always. There are single moms and even single dads looking after their kids. Other kids may have two dads or two moms on their family. Some kids may have two dads AND two moms, especially if their biological parents filed for a divorce and married someone else. Kids can also have foster mom and dads, or grandparents or aunts and uncles as their only source of family. Not every kid in the world is able to have a mom and a dad in their family.
Answer: No. In the ABO blood type system, a parent with the blood type O and a parent with the blood type B can not have a child with the blood type AB.
A person with blood type O has no A or B antigens on the surface of their red blood cells. A person with blood type B has a B antigen on the surface on their red blood cells. Neither parent has the gene to code for antigen A so the child of both parents would not be able to have a blood type involving the A antigen, such as blood types A or AB.A father with O blood type is likely not the father of an AB child (+ or -) with a B- mother.
But blood tests for paternity are not 100% certain. In addition, people often mis remember their blood type.
Answer: ok so this happened my mother decided to kick my father out of herhouse do to assumption/speculation that he is a leecher. is thislegal in the state of california can she do this? they have beenmarried over 20 years. no signs of unfaitfullness or abuse. myfather is a mechanic and has been getting paid under the table forhis clients. my mother works at a chirch, but dont be fooled she isno saint. what are the legal bidings to this. can she kick him outof the house. also the house is under her name but he has beenliving there for over 20 years with her and are still legallymarried. i am by my computer so if yall need details i can replyback to you asap. all this happened a few hours ago i need someanswers asap.
Answer: I am a female and sorry to say that you are right to say that the court system is sexist. About the only way a Father can obtain legal custody of his children is if the Mother is deemed unfit or mentally unable to take care of the children. Unfit meaning she is negligent or abusing drugs or alcohol. If she is drinking or using drugs it has to be proven and this is very hard to prove this unless court tests are ordered. How ever if the children are old enough (most states is 12) to make their own decisions on whom they would like to live with then the courts will take this in to consideration, but they the children will need a lawyer and the courts usually appoint one for them. Good Luck in your quest
Answer: Anyone can "baptize" anyone with or without their permission or the permission of any relative (some churches baptize everyone not in their faith to their faith) - the question becomes so what:
Without the permission of a legal guardian it is a form of bullying
Without the permission of the baptized party is is similar to entering someone else into contract without their agreement
It has no standing in law - no baptism does
It does not influence the life of the baptized party
Answer: Yes. Get written and photo evidence; take that to court and get your kids back.Added: The first answer is, of course, correct. However there is a CAUTION: do it under legal circumstances. Do not go charging into her/their home and attempt to take the children by force.As that would be considered abduction. see links