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North Carolina Presumed (Putative) Father Laws

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Presumed (Putative) Fathers
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North Carolina

Does State have a Putative Father Registry:
No


Registry/Paternity Requirements to Receive Notice

Statute:
§§ 48-2-206(a), (c); 48-2-401
Must file within 15 days of receiving notice of the mother's intent to place child for adoption. Father is not entitled to further notice of adoption proceedings if he fails to respond.
Must file a response to an adoption petition within 30 days after service of notice.


Information Contained in Registry/Claim

Statute:

Not addressed in statutes reviewed.


Revocation of Claim to Paternity

Statute:

Not addressed in statutes reviewed.


Access to Information Maintained in Registry

Statute:

Not addressed in statutes reviewed.
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