Wants legal declaration from father to not meet child for life time


Religion Christian I have a baby age 5 out of wedlock from a married man , as a biological father I wants his signature ( approval) on legal papers that he will have no rights on baby till lifetime n won’t try to meet her or disturb our life’s forever. Plz guide me how can this matter workout .

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75 votes

Dear client.as the child is born in extra-marital affairs of that person hense please do not afraid about his any claim in future.if he takes any undue advantage of it.then you can take undue advantage of this extramarital affair,in place of fathers name use your name.for further any help or discussion please do not hesitate for contact.


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176 votes

Father have legal right to meet his children.
Have you taken divorce from your husband?
if yes, then you can mutually decide out of court that he will not meet his children and nor contact you and your children in future. You can make mutual agreement that you will not meet us in any way.

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Hi Client, Christian law per se does not have any provision for custody but the issues are well solved by the Indian Divorce Act which is applicable to all of the religions of the country. Child custody is a term used in family law courts to define legal guardianship of a child under the age of 18. During divorce or marriage annulment proceedings, the issue of child custody often becomes a matter for the court to determine. In most cases, both parents continue to share legal child custody but one parent gains physical child custody. Family law courts generally base decisions on the best interests of the child or children, not always on the best arguments of each parent. A biological father at any point in time cannot be denied the right to meet his/her child. However if there are any issues / reasons you dont want the biological father to keep any contact as per your query, You can file a petition in court for same letting the court to decide on valid grounds.

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