Putative Father Registry—A primer
, March 2010
The Putative Father Registry (“PFR”) was established by the Illinois Legislature as part of broad changes that were made to the Illinois Adoption Act in 1994.
No legal relationship between paternity and registry
, August 2007
The Illinois Supreme Court recently held that the Putative Father Registry provisions of the Adoption Act and the Parentage Act are to be construed separately, and therefore, a father seeking to establish a parent-child relationship under the Parentage Act was not required to first register as a putative father within 30 days of the child’s birth pursuant to the Putative Father Registry provisions of the Adoption Act. J.S.A. et al., v. M.H. et al., 2007 WL 289829 (2007).
Putative Father Registry
, February 2006
Father may have known best in the 1950s, but in the seemingly more complicated new millennium, many fathers don’t even know that they’ve become parents.
The Putative Father Registry in Illinois
Women and the Law
, May 2005
Father may have known best in the 1950s, but in the seemingly more complicated new millennium, many fathers don't even know that they've become parents.
DCFS responds to allegations of prejudice against non-custodial fathers
, February 2003
Although Linda Perez's recent article "The varying degrees of diligence used in locating and notifying non-custodial father," Juvenile Justice, February 2002, exhibits intellectual dexterity, her analysis has overall an unjustifiably gloomy tenor concerning the prospects of locating and notifying non-custodial fathers.
Select a Different Subject