A biological father has many rights with regard to his children. This includes visitation rights as well as the right to consent to adoption. A father has also certain legal rights on men’s reproductive issues and also on his relationship with his children. This section provides information on a father’s rights and how a father can lose these rights. Please click on the links to know more:
- Child Visitation, Child Custody, and Unmarried Fathers : This article reviews how to start establishing visitation and custody when you haven’t yet established paternity.
- Legal Significance of Paternity : This article discusses how paternity affects important rights such as the ability to make decisions for the child and the child’s right to inherit.
- Unmarried Fathers and Adoption : Read this article to learn what to do in order to be considered your child’s father legally.
- Chronology: Establishing Paternity : Learn about the best methods, whether you are married or unmarried, and regardless of how old the child is.