Stack Exchange Network

Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

Visit Stack Exchange

Questions tagged [parental-rights]

The tag has no usage guidance.

0
votes
1answer
94 views

Divulging students' grades to third parties

In the U.S., I understand that it is illegal for teachers to divulge a student's grades to anyone with no legitimate claim to the information. Is it similarly illegal for parents to do that? In some ...
2
votes
2answers
105 views

Is consent of the man to the act that caused a pregnancy necessary to establish legal parental obligations?

The question is a bit awkwardly phrased maybe, but what I'm wondering is this: if a woman gets pregnant without the consent of the man whose sperm it is (say by stealing it, or an accidental "used the ...
1
vote
1answer
86 views

What to do if ex changes child school without my consent? (UK)

If one parent changes their child's school without the others consent (both have Parental Responsibility), what can the other parent do to cancel that? The current school's new vacancy might be ...
1
vote
0answers
25 views

School Security Video and FERPA/IDEA

A student is currently being evaluated by a school district for special education eligibility and services under IDEA, in part due to concerns of an executive functioning deficit. During a meeting to ...
5
votes
1answer
631 views

To what legal extent can parents prevent children from masturbating?

There was a meme circulating around of an Amazon review of a chastity belt (Be warned, there's a chastity belt in the image). It essentially is a mother describing her absolute joy that her son is no ...
3
votes
1answer
77 views

Child Arrangements Order non-biological relative living arrangements

I have been granted a UK Child Arrangements Order for a child who is not biologically related to live with me. By Virtue of this order (Childrens Act 1989, Section 12, Paragraph 2) I have been granted ...
0
votes
1answer
151 views

Are parents allowed to not pay for their children's surgery?

Through public internet group chats, I was able to meet a 16 year old girl that suffers from a medical condition on her feet. She lives in Washington, US, but in a neglectful household where her ...
4
votes
0answers
114 views

Is there a country that legally requires parents to donate blood to their children?

The question is, as indicated in the title, whether there's a law anywhere in the world that would require parents - explicitly or implicitly - to donate blood (or even organs) to their children if ...
6
votes
1answer
555 views

In the USA, may parents prevent their children from receiving gifts or acquiring owned property?

This a follow-up question to In the USA, do parents have the right to control their children's possessions?, The answer to the other question appears to establish that minor children can own ...
14
votes
1answer
2k views

In the USA, do parents have the right to control their children's possessions?

Let's say a minor (17 or younger) living with his parents gets a job or does chores, and with the money thereby earned, buys a video game console. The parents decide that the console is not ...
2
votes
1answer
206 views

Ex wife moving out the country with my daughters

My ex-wife is planning to move out of the country (to France) next year with my daughters (12 and 10 years old respectively). We have shared custody. I pay alimony (been paying for 7 years, 3 more to ...
1
vote
1answer
554 views

I'm 16 years old and I want to move in with my 18 year old SO, am I allowed to decide this for myself? What can my parents do against this?

I want to move in with my SO who is 18 years old and has his own place. My question is basically: When I run out of my home, what can my parents do against this? Can they "force" take me from his ...
3
votes
2answers
98 views

Can residential/custodial parent change our kids health insurance unilaterally?

We have a parenting plan that designates all health decisions as "jointly made." The other parent previously had our child on their employer insurance plan. They just changed jobs and hence insurance ...
3
votes
1answer
171 views

Do I have a right to get my son vaccinated against his mother's wishes?

I am in NY state. My partner and I are not married. I am not listed on our son's birth certificate, but he has my last name. My partner is an anti-vaxxer (or whatever non-loaded term is preferred). I ...
2
votes
2answers
76 views

Is there any jurisdiction, in which one can adopt an adult person?

I'm working on a fiction text that revolves around the idea that many men marry women like their mothers. I thought that it would be an interesting plot twist, if a woman adopted the man. In order ...
6
votes
1answer
723 views

Why was the NHS able to prevent Charlie Gard's parents from taking their child to the US?

The European Court of Human Rights decided today that the parents of Charlie Gard, a British toddler with a life-threatening and (as his British doctors say) non-treatable disease, can not take him to ...
2
votes
1answer
88 views

Which state's laws determine guidelines for voluntary termination of parental rights?

A couple has a child out of wedlock. The father pays child support for several years, but the mother and child live in a different state from the father/where the birth occurred. The father wishes to ...
1
vote
2answers
61 views

Parenting plan by youngest or oldest

In modification agreements, do the courts go by the youngest or oldest childs age when deciding parenting plans. The age desparity is by 4 years difference being 2/6.
1
vote
0answers
42 views

In an interstate adoption involving parents from two different states, which laws are used?

My wife and I live in Pennsylvania and are looking to adopt. A friend informed of us a girl who lives in Oklahoma who is pregnant and looking for an adoptive family for when the child is born. The ...
4
votes
1answer
259 views

U.S. - “tough love” eviction of child (non-minor, not paying rent)

I have a 22-year-old son living at home. My wife and I presented him with a contract to sign; the contract communicated – and we also communicated this verbally – that his continued ...
3
votes
1answer
61 views

Oregon adoption consent and revocability - legal requirements are not required?

According to ORS 109.321 consent to adoption cannot be revoked once 6 conditions are met, one of those being a duly signed and attested Certificate of Irrevocability and Waiver. I recently spoke ...
2
votes
1answer
113 views

HIPAA within context of marriage

I am finding out that my ex-wife may have kept from me a genetic predisposition to Down syndrome and other abnormalities in the baby. The physician did not tell me about this either. I want to know ...
5
votes
2answers
717 views

What can a father do to become the primary caregiver?

My girlfriend and I live in Indiana. Someday, we would like to get married and have a baby. And God could surprise us with a baby anytime before marriage too. Ideally, I would like to split parenting ...
4
votes
1answer
835 views

What would happen if my girlfriend got pregnant?

What would happen if my girlfriend got pregnant and gave birth to our child? Who would get custody of our child? How much child support would I have to pay? Would either of us have to drop out of ...
3
votes
1answer
337 views

What can a presumptive father do to terminate all responsibility toward an unwanted child?

Couple conceives a child. Although the couple is not married legally assume the couple is happy and wants to remain together. They are a long standing couple and have no desire to split up. Child was ...