I recently asked what can i do to my daughters father who is a deadbeat. i want his parental rights to be taken from him. we both live in nys. He hasnt seen our daughter since she was 2 and now she is 6. i already went to court n got soul custody n he got supervised visitation he hasnt bothered n june will b a year since we went to court. He is on ssd(social sec disability)i was ordered support over two yrs ago i dont even care bout the support its only suppose to be 25.00 a month. he dont have a lisence so they cant take that away what am i to do PLEASE SOMEONE HELP!Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:00 AM on Mar. 30, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Anonymous at 8:09 AM on Mar. 30, 2010
Answer by Carpy at 9:12 AM on Mar. 30, 2010
I would first look here to see if there is any helpful information. You know best about your particular situation and unless one of the women on here is in the legal field in NY, I would be willing to bet that you can get better info elsewhere online.
I don't know that you can have his parental rights taken away without him having the opportunity to defend himself to a judge. If he continually does not show for visits and does not pay CS, keep documentation of everything.
Answer by QuinnMae at 9:16 AM on Mar. 30, 2010
Answer by itsmesteph11 at 11:54 AM on Mar. 30, 2010
There may be a few reasons to want to dissolve his parental rights right now. One being that in several states the non-custodial parent can refuse to allow the custodial parent to move further than a certain number of miles away from where they are (in TX I believe it's 100 miles). If she wants to move for any reason (family move, employment, etc.) she will have to get permission from him to take the child with her (if the move requires her to go beyond what is stipulated). And since child support and custody are separate arrangements he could deny her the move even if the opportunity is a good one and he isn't supporting his child. I don't know of anyone (admittedly I have limited experience with this - watching friends go through this) has an arrangement where custody and child support are in the same order. The only one's I know of are separate (although they shouldn't be IMO).
Answer by QuinnMae at 12:02 PM on Mar. 30, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 2:18 PM on Mar. 30, 2010
PP, why do you assume that she has given all of her reasons for not wanting him to have any rights? One can not be too careful while posting online, someone she knows could be here. If you want to know more about her situation maybe you should ask her what you want to know. Why so aggressive?
Answer by Anonymous at 3:29 PM on Mar. 30, 2010