Unmarried birth fathers have few rights in Utah when it comes to mothers putting babies up for
Unmarried birth fathers have few rights in Utah when it comes to mothers putting babies up for adoption. Do you think an unmarried birth mom should have to have the birth father's permission to put the baby up for adoption? Why or why not? What requirements should a birth father have to meet to stop a birth mother from putting his baby up for adoption without his permission? If a birth father stops an adoption, what can he fairly require from the mother? (https://www.gofundme.com/g8b7btmk spurred my question)
This is due to the Mormon influence and to make it as easy as possible to put a baby up for adoption.
Birth fathers should have more rights unless they are rapists or cannot be identified.
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