Answer: The child is almost an adult, it seems a bit late to ask for child support now. By the time this get to court, the point may be moot. However, in some jurisdictions the court will reach back to assess child support.
Answer: No. If you file anything against a parent, the parent must be allowed to defend themselves.
In the United States it would be a constitutional violation. There can be no secret hearings. A person is entitled to due notice when a court will issue a ruling that affects them. The court cannot take a child away from a parent without notifying the parent of the hearing.
In the case of an emergency the court will entertain certain types of motions "ex parte," meaning with only one of the parties present. The father may receive temporary custody of the children without notifying the mother if he filed for an emergency order of protection against the mother. These orders typically last a very short time. After such an order is entered, the father would be required to notify the mother that he had obtained an emergency order of protection, and of the date on which the hearing will be held so that she may be represented in the matter.
If you are currently in this situation, it is strongly recommended that you get a lawyer. The legal system can be especially complicated to navigate when dealing with these kinds of issues, and the stakes are obviously very high.
Answer: Parent? or breed?An O + mother and an O+ father who breed and produce offspring will produce an O+ offspring, not a - offspring.Of course, through adoption, they can parent whatever blood type they like. :}Positive (+) means you possess certain antibodies in your blood. So if both of you have the antibodies of course your child will too.I am not a doctor...but this was my understanding when researching this question when I was pregnant. I am O+ as well.
Answer: My husband has blue eyes and blond hair, i have black hair and brown eyes. My son has blond hair and blue eyes and my daughter has brown hair and brown eyes. they are both wonderful children and absolutely beautiful despite the differences in their appearances.
How much more DNA does the mother contribute than the father in a child?
its 50/50. half from the mother and half from the father.
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: 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: If the mother is A, and the father is A, then the child will only have A antigens and will thus be blood type A. If father or mother are AB, then the child can end up with AB, A, or B blood type.
Answer: If Father Time and Mother Nature had a child, then nature and time would mix into one and create an indestructible hairy man beast named trey slaughter who would undoubtfully consume the entire planet and eventually end all life in the universe.
Answer: It depends on the state. In some states, a father who is unmarried to the mother acquires legal rights by signing the birth certificate. In other states, signing the birth certificate conveys no legal right, and the father still must proceed with a legitimation or paternity proceeding in order to become the legal father.