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Can you deny the father the right to see the baby after he or she is born at least until you leave the hospital?

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2005-10-23 13:51:45
2005-10-23 13:51:45

Yes, assuming that the couple are not married. An unmarried mother has sole custodial rights until the biological father establishes paternity and is awarded custodial and/or visitation rights by the court.

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