Robert Kubler | Robert Kubler
With an unknown father, a father who cannot be found, or a father unwilling to consent, then your attorney may need to get a Court order that the father's consent is not required. Your daughter surely knows her sexual partners and will need to contact them.
Answer Applies to: California
John Russo | John Russo
Well, you have a big issue to overcome as to the father problem, the courts are going to force her to give up some possible names of the father, for DNA testing, also this is not as simple as you try and make it sound, she can't just sign the child over to be adopted by you, this will take court involvement, and contains many complicated issues.
Answer Applies to: Rhode Island
John E. Kirchner, Attorney at Law | John Kirchner
In Colorado you can only pursue the adoption through the services of an adoption agency or the Department of Human Services. They will take the necessary steps to deal with the lack of information about the father is.
Answer Applies to: Colorado
Woods, May & Matlock, PC | Robert J. Matlock
The termination and adoption suit can be filed without knowing who the father is. There is a procedure to inquire whether anyone has registered as the father and a certificate from that agency should be filed with the suit.
Answer Applies to: Texas