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Alabama Presumed (Putative) Fathers Law

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Presumed (Putative) Fathers
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Alabama

Does State have a Putative Father Registry:
Yes


Registry/Paternity Requirements to Receive Notice

Statute:
§ 26-10C-1
May file prior to child's birth or within 30 days of birth.
Complete Department of Human Resources form signed by putative father and notarized.


Information Contained in Registry/Claim

Statute:
§ 26-10C-1(a)
Name, social security number, date of birth and address of any person adjudicated by a court to be the father, and any person who has filed with the registry.


Revocation of Claim to Paternity

Statute:
§ 26-10C-1(d)
Putative father may at any time revoke a notice of intent to claim paternity.


Access to Information Maintained in Registry

Statute:
§ 26-10C-1(f)
Court handling adoption.
Any court upon request.

Any person upon a court order for good cause.
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