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    Default My Daughter's Father Wants to Relinquishment All Parental Rights

    hello i have a 11 month old daughter and i live in colorado my daughers father contacted me and said he wants to relinquish all of his parental rights, ive ask him to do this since the dna test came back i do not know where to get started or what to do i recentally filed custody papers should i just keep on with that and have it done though that way?

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    panther10758 Guest

    Default Re: My Daughters Father Wants to Relinquishment All Parental Rights

    DNA excluded him as Father?

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    Default Re: My Daughters Father Wants to Relinquishment All Parental Rights

    you i have already done dna n theres a support order too but if he relinquishs his rights i dont want the money

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    panther10758 Guest

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    Your not clear he is the Father? If so he cannot give up his parental rights just because he doesnt want to be Dad anymore or pay support! Unless you have married, been married at least one year and, your husband wishes to adopt it isnt going to happen

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    Default Re: My Daughters Father Wants to Relinquishment All Parental Rights

    he is the father paternity was established and both him and i want this i i just dont see why the courts wouldnt permit it my finacee wants to adopt both my children my sons bio father passed away 2 1/2 years ago blah i just wished the courts would alow something like this

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    panther10758 Guest

    Default Re: My Daughter's Father Wants to Relinquishment All Parental Rights

    Marry the man stay married about one year then he may adopt

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    Default Re: My Daughters Father Wants to Relinquishment All Parental Rights

    Once you marry your fiancÚ, and any post-marriage waiting periods have passed (whether or not there is a waiting period depends on the laws of the state where adoption is to occur) you can ask the father to consent to step-parent adoption.

    In some states, adoption by an unmarried couple is possible, but it's typically more complicated and has a lower chance of approval than adoption after marriage. If you intend for adoption proceedings to occur in Colorado, I would suggest consulting a Colorado lawyer about the relative cost and complexity of adoption proceedings before and after marriage.

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