You have the duty
to care, protect, and discipline the child within reason;
You have the duty to support the child, including providing the child with food, shelter, medical and dental care, and education;
You have the duty, except when a guardian of the child’s estate has been appointed, to manage the estate of the child, including the right as an agent of the child to act in relation to the child’s estate if the child’s action is required by a state, The United States, or a foreign government;
Except as provided by Section 261.0111, the right to the services and earnings of the child;
You have the right to consent to the child’s marriage, enlistment in the armed forces of the United States, medical and dental care, and psychiatric, psychological, and surgical treatment;
You have the right to represent the child in legal action and to make decisions of substantial legal significance concerning the child;
You have the right to inherit from and through the child;
You have the right to make decisions concerning the child’s education; and
Any other right or duty between a parent and child by virtue of law.
As a father of a child, you have a right to have a relationship with your child. If you have been denied this right by the mother of the child,
contact the Law Office of Perkins & Janis. Let us help you have the relationship with your child that you deserve.