1 adoption inquiry on Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:36 pm
2 Re: adoption inquiry on Mon Sep 07, 2015 10:56 am
Please do not sign as the mother of the child because that is simulation of birth which is a criminal act.
The proper thing to do is to write the name of the birth mother in the birth certificate and your husband as the father, and he can acknowledge the child by signing on the birth certificate.
Since the child is illegitimate, you and your husband can jointly adopt the child so that the child will have the same rights as that of a legitimate child. But you have to get the written consent of the birth mother to process the adoption. She will also be presented in court during the adoption proceedings to testify that she understood the consequences of adoption and that no one forced her to sign the written consent.
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5 Re: adoption inquiry on Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:59 am
Once your application for adoption is approved by the Court, all parental authority and custody will be transferred to you and your husband. The written consent to be given by the birth mother means that she relinquishes parental authority and custody over the child.
She will no longer have right to see or to take the child. Yes you can, but even without saying that, mapuputol na relasyon ng bata sa birth mother kapag na-aprobahan na ang adoption.
If you need more detailed information, you can send me a direct email on firstname.lastname@example.org
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