Quoting Amberchik78:" does he have a job? have you asked him for money? is he on the BC? CS and visitation are separate, but he will likely be granted some form of visitation when you go to court."No. Yes. & Yes.
Quoting Paislee's mommy. ♥:" No. Yes. & Yes."
Quoting ma ♥:" Was the child conceived in your state or his? Usually that does matter. I have a friend who has to send ... [snip!] ... fathers state (child was conceived there).. for 3 months at a time. She's been doing this since the baby was 6 months old...."my state.
Quoting Amberchik78:" well, if he doesn't have a job then you can go for CS but it's not like he has any money to give you. they're not going to make his parents pay it, and student loans wont cover such a thing."If he had a job , he still wouldn't willingly give me money. Never has even when he had one.
Quoting Paislee's mommy. ♥:" my state."
Quoting ma ♥:" Well you never know... once you go to court, it's up to a judge. It's no longer up to you or the father. ... [snip!] ... is safe 24/7... because even though child support & custody are two separate cases, they do somewhat go hand-in-hand.."I'm just worried that he'll run off with her while he has her one night and there be nothing I can do about it.
Quoting Sarah's Mommy:" There is NO way any judge in Texas is going to allow a 2 month old baby across state lines. A judge will ... [snip!] ... in a dorm if he has her living there for any period of time he could get kicked out because it's a health risk for the baby."Thats what a lawyer told my friend. He also said that there was a law saying they couldn't take them overnight if you were never married until they are 3 but I can't find nothing on it.
Quoting Paislee's mommy. ♥:" I'm just worried that he'll run off with her while he has her one night and there be nothing I can do about it."