i would tell the husband its 'me or her' and let him choose!!
Yes, but she can wait up to 18 years to file for retroactive child support. see related question
Yes, and it produced a child.
Since you have become pregnant from having affair with another man and if your husband has forgiven you and is acceptable of the baby then the two of you can raise that child. However, if the biological father is interested in his own baby then he has some visitation rights. If you husband does not want to raise another man's baby then you will have to consider at least separation from your husband or divorce if you want to raise this child alone. The man you had the affair with should pay child support. You would be wise to seek legal advice.
No, a man does not always get custody. If one of the people in a marriage has an affair, it is usually the person not having an affair that gets custody of the child or children.For example, if the husband is having an affair, and the wife wants a divorce, the woman (wife) would get the custody of the child or children, and not the man (husband). This is the same vice versa, too.
to beat her and leave her
If this involves a case where the child is the result of an affair, and does not reside in a putative father state in which the husband would be the presumed father, he would not be served. see related article below
If your husband made one mistake in having an affair and has not cheated before that or after the affair then the child is part of him and also the biological mother. You have two options: #1 You can accept the child when and if he has custody of the child and make that child part of the whole family or #2 let him see his child if he wants too (he at least should pay child support) but see the child away from home. The decision will have to be discussed between you and your husband.
Your husband would need to go to the court of jurisdiction (where the child resides) and file a petition for termination of parental rights. However, it should be noted that in doing so, it will not relieve him of his child support obligations, only the right to visit the child or having any decision making input in the child's life. Child support may only be terminated if the child is placed for adoption or is adopted by the mother's spouse.
Leave him and her behind. If they wanted to be with each other they should have come to you and told you about their affair and not keep it in the dark. Seek a lawyers advice on divorce. Your marriage to me is not salvageable because of the length of the affair and the fact that there is now a love child involved.
Don't you mean can the father of your child removed his child from the immoral influence of an adulteress? Yes.
Yes, it is. The child is an innocent bystander and has nothing to due with the irresponsible choices made by his/her parents.
If the man she had the affair with wants to know if it is his child then yes, a paternity test should be done. This will tell whether the husband or the man she had the affair with is the father. If the father of the child wants to be part of his child's life then arrangements should be made for visitation rights, but, he should agree to help support his own child even if she stays with her husband. He might agree to be called 'uncle' so the child will not know that is his biological father This is a difficult situation and it will take the three of you to agree as to what will happen tin the future. It is quite possible that the man she had the affair with my not want anything to do with the child. If the wife and husband feel they can work it out in their marriage they should certainly try.
He same if you did it instead. Most states are no fault.
I assume this to be an out of wedlock, extra marital affair child. Her husband.
If your husband has broken off the affair with the mistress then your husband should do the right thing and pay child support, but that does not mean you have to accept the child into the family. If the mistress does not want the child then it is up to you whether you want to help to raise that child. If your husband is still seeing his mistress then pack his bags and kick him out and either file for a separation or divorce.
It means that he is having an affair, and you should kick his butt to the curb....
To clarify, if you mean a woman has had an affair and become pregnant? If this is the case, and the husband is aware of it, he can order a paternity test to determine if the child is his or not. If it is not, as far as I know, the woman can go after the man who fathered the child for financial support. Support obligations only belong to the actual biological father OR a father who has legally adopted a child. There is a whole moral issue though - if the parents are staying together, does the husband want to alienate this child by not supporting it and how would he live in the same house and not support it? So really it depends on if the couple stays together. If they don't, the husband has NO obligation to support the child.
no, keep the child. let your husband pay for his responsibilities.
A reason not mentioned was that Juno's husband, Jupiter, had an affair with Electra, a star-goddess. A child was the result of the affair - Dardanus - and he was the founder of the Trojan race.
Only if the child is his child as well.
i do not see why not well i beilve in sates you can do it and the person tahts beign cheated on and so forth typicaly wins
Since it would be your sister who had the child with her husband (your brother-in-law) then that would make their child your niece or nephew.
Generally, yes, the child is still his child. The support payments would likely stop if the new husband adopts the child, but he can't do that unless you agree to it.
You can't really.. You would have to, 1) Find out he had an affair 2) Know who it was with and when 3) Know if she had a child 4) confront him, and her 5) Opt for a gene test, to see if they match 6) Baring in mind your probably reluctant husband HAS to agree with this. Or Hire private detectives to do it for you. (Seriously, if u have the money) Or check bank statements etc money 'info' to see if he is sending any money to the child. which if it was his he would HAVE to do. whether or not he has physical contact with the child.