It doesn't matter if he wants the baby or not, if you choose to get child support from him, you can get a court order saying he has to pay and how much. They will even take it out of his check before he gets it. (Sort of like taxes.) If you choose to just let him stay out of the babies life, have him sign a paper giving up all rights forever from the baby. Be sure to have a lawyer or judge do this paper so it is guaranteed legal. If you don't want to raise the baby without a father, then you have the option of adoption. There are many types of adoption. You'll have to go to an adoption lawyer or agency and find out what it best for you. If you choose to keep the baby, just know there are lots of moms who raise children without dad's; for a number of reasons. And there are also lots of dad's that raise kids without mom's for the same varying reasons. There is lots of help out there if you ever need it. You do what's right for you.AnswerMy boyfriend didn't want the baby but since she looks just like him, he can't ignore the fact that he loves her. If the father really doesn't want the baby, it doesn't matter. I thought because my boyfriend didn't want the baby, I was going to be lonely, and I even thought of giving her up for adoption when I was pregnant. But the moment she was born, I had a dramatic change of heart. My baby brought me so much happiness. I can't imagine not having her. I don't even care about guys anymore. For the first year of her life, my daughter did not see her father because he was immature and stupid. I had so much fun with her, because she was mine and only mine. There was no guy to be bothering me or telling me how to raise her. I made all the decisions for my daughter. Now that her father wants to be in her life, I feel like, Oh man! It was better when it was just me and my daughter because I did what I had to do when I wanted to. The fact is that I am going to get child support from him and he gets a right to see her too. AnswerI am a single parent bringing up my 17 month old beautiful baby boy alone. My son's father refuses to contribute any money towards his son and has not seen him for the past couple of months, i don't know the reason why because he does not Evan have the decency to call and let me know what's going on. At first i felt like my child was going to miss out on something. However, i know I'm a strong women and i will do all i can to make sure he has everything he could need and most importantly my love.
I know that one day his father will decide to come knocking on the door and when he does i can't wait to close it back in his face. My son will make up his own mind when he's old enough.
I think it's so sad that this day and age there ares till people having children and not caring for them, how can you turn your back on your own child. I have so much respect of single parents it's a tough job at times.
For all you fathers/mothers out there who don't look after your children YOUR MISSING OUT.
Keep it yourself.
The father still has rights but is not entitled to see the baby whenever he wants to as he left the mother to raise the baby by herself she can choose how, when and why she does or does not want the father to be in cotact.
abosluting nothing. you have to deal with it
If the baby is born, yes, he can file for custody but if she's pregnant and want an abortion the choice is hers. His rights do not start until the baby is born.
I think the father goat don't want the mother near the baby goat.
YES! UNLESS YOU WANT MORE BABIES,BECAUSE THE FATHER WILL MATE WITH THE MOM SOON AFTER!
Get a lawyer right away!
if the boy is the father why wouldn't she? they make a baby together!!!
yes if you want to or you can just keep him/her
In general, you can give your baby any last name you want. Some states limit this to the names of either the father or the mother. Even if your husband is not your child's biological father, he is still the child's legal father.
it depends on what you believe is right for you if you want the baby to have you as a father or if you dont want to be tied down
You can give your baby any name you want, although the registrar may ask you if you really want that name!!
Its about this boy who doesn't want to be given all of the history from before time and doesn't want his father to kill this baby so he plans to run away with the baby
Yes. A rabbi can explain the process.
yes she can... if you do not want her to you have to get a court order
Yes, he is still the father. If you were married to the boyfriend and he adopted the baby you would still have to get the father to sign away his rights.
Never let the baby near his or her father you should move to another place with the baby so nothing bad will happen.
UNFROTUNAETLY chris brown is "supposedly" the father of her baby.
Ryan is the father!!! asta oavista baby
That depends on the relationship you have with the father. You can always give the baby your last name. If you intend on asking the father for financial help and to be active in the child's life, then consider giving the child the fathers last name. you can give the baby whatever name you want
tell the person who you are having a baby with and then give up your rights.
Ask with respect and treat the mother or father with it. Do what you say, and day what you will do...and mean it
First pray that nothing is wrong with your child being that the dad does drugs what ever was in his systems is know going to be in the babys. You either get the father help or have him terminate his rights to the child but that leaves you to raise the baby by yourself. You can have guidelines for him to see the baby. They have to be supervised visits and he can never take the baby without another trusted adult. Get him clean so that he can help raise the child he created.
ANSWER: If it was me I will make time to confront him with my few evidence in my hands. I will ask him all the questions necessary to how and why he is doing it. Then I will ask him to move out because I don't want my baby growing up knowing his or her father can not be trusted and not ready to be a father. This is what I will do in my own opinion.