Quoting kate & tilly:" Breastfeed the new baby exclusively as long as possible! You do not want a newborn away from you very long. If you breastfeed the court can't usually mess with you."I am breastfeeding. I don't see how a court could let him have him he never did anything for our son. when he was in the hospital he only came to see him when he wanted to and when he did he never helped with him when he came home from the hospital last month im the only one who got up with him, fed him, changed him, and stayed up with him all night it was all me. he is a mean and abusive person and i would go crazy if the gave him to him.
Quoting kate & tilly:" Is he on the birth certificate?"
Quoting kate & tilly:" Bring up the fact that he's abusive in court to see if that will block visitation for a bit. If you have ... [snip!] ... gets much better for you soon! It wasn't so long ago that I watched my sister go through all of this. It does get easier."
Quoting kate & tilly:" Breast feeding is what blocked my sisters ex from visitation for three months. After that because of ... [snip!] ... Get any medical records you can! Sometimes if they suspect abuse they will note it on there. We proved a lot with one of those."
Quoting nikkigoodbear:" ok looks like i got alot of work ahead of me. he called my this morning asking for to bring my son to ... [snip!] ... and since i had an open case before with my oldest that i don't have custody of they will take him. is any of this true?"
Quoting kate & tilly:" <blockquote><b>Quoting nikkigoodbear:</b>" ok looks like i got alot of work ahead ... [snip!] ... pro bono. Every lawyer has to complete a certain number of pro bono cases a year to stay registered as a bar member I believe."My case is closed my oldest who was taken father has full custody of him. i did go get a protection order on him and my court date is set for the 19th.
Quoting BBBBB:" What that other girl said is true, call the hospital..... actually I would go to the hospital and ask ... [snip!] ... as far as I know, and this was true in Tx, they don't allow pregnant women to go to court, they will wait until you deliver."