Unless your boyfriend signs over all of his rights as the father of your child (even if he didn't sign the birth certificate), he still has rights to the child. My boyfriend left me at the beginning of my pregnancy. I had my son and filed for child support. My ex-boyfriend had to take a paternity test or sign an affidavit that he was the father. He did sign that he was the father and then he hired a lawyer a filed a petition for joint custody. So now, even though he left me and I had to pay for all of my prenatal care, he still will be rewarded with joint custody because unless he is proven to be an unfit father, the courts determine that it is in the best interest of the child to have a nurturing relationship from both a mother and a father. Beleive me, if I knew then what I know now, I would not have told him that he was the father and just raise my child on my own.
Round about 6 Months
the prisoner was remanded in custody for a further 2 months
no he can not
the father should file for custody
The child should probably exist. That is, older than -9 months. I don't think there's a minimum age. If the parent believes it is in the child's best interest to be in the parent's custody, they should file for custody. Period.
you should call him in two days
The only way of knowing is by taking a test
Don't do it. Wait and see how well the relationship goes for at least six to twelve months before making such decision.
"7th floor": the relevance of this totally escapes me. "get custody back": does your mother not currently have legal custody of you? (It doesn't matter where you're actually living, what's important is whether or not there's a court order saying your mother does not have legal custody of you). If your mother doesn't have custody, and hasn't already started the legal process of trying to get it back, then the chances of this getting accomplished in the three month timeframe where it will make any difference is slim to none, not least because a court isn't going to want to waste its time on a case that's going to be irrelevant in three months anyway. If she does have custody, then her chances of getting it enforced in a short timeframe are somewhat greater. But even if she does ... it's three months.
mounths and months
He was underage when the baby was conceived. You shouldn't have any problems with the law.
If you filed for divorce in the state of Florida and you know your spouse is in a relationship, you have minors and its only been three months can you get custody of your children
Deciduous tree loose the leaves each fall. They enter a dormant state in the winter months before coming to live with new buds in the spring.
Have you talked to him at least?
Only after six months of legal residency.
What is the question?
Break up. If your feelings are genuine, when he returns, he should ask you out again. It is not fair to suffer that separation. This is not to say you cannot have any contact... but this way you won't cry your eyes out if he forgets to call at the arranged time.
six months for leaves to decompose because they are slow.
Yes, but she first has to go through court and if the judge thinks the father is unfit, or if the child is old enough to choose who they want to live with, then the judge could give custody to the aunt.
Evergreen trees keep their leaves/needles over the winter months. Deciduous trees lose their leaves during the winter months.
According to an article in a magazine that was about two months old, she has both a husband and a boyfriend.
when plants lose their leaves for a few months what are they doing
Well, It depends when you're going to have the wedding. If you are going to have it after he comes back then I think you do. It's about 7 months until September then I guess you can do a lot in 7 months. After he comes back you can keep planning. If the wedding if become he leaves then I suggest you to start planning as soon as possible.