Quoting DeanJade&Maksims Momma:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Misty Walls:</b>" thats crazy. Here you have to have an actual ... [snip!] ... child support.... which is going to suck very bad for him because he's a pro mma fighter.... So i"ll get the last laugh..."
<blockquote><b>Quoting Misty Walls:</b>" why not get cs now?"</blockquote>
If he wanted to give me money for him I would take it, but I don't feel like I should have to force someone to support their child... Deans 6 1/2 now and he knows me and my husband bust our asses to pay for his school med insurance and whatever else... he only went for custody to get out of paying cs in 1st place... so he can keep his money for now... if its that big of a deal... me not getting cs now gives me upper hand I'm able to control things a lil more than what court ruled.
Fathers rights is so far up these judges asses they can't sit straight...
Don't worry at all, honey.
Like some others said unless you have done something god awful to that baby ( which... it doesnt even appear you have given birth yet so it's impossible) you will get custody. He will likely get visitations but that is about it.
I know here if he has a felony, you can use it against him in court too.
Don't stress though, I have went through it all before. Being paranoid and scared and nothing happened. I got everything I wanted ( besides him smurfing off and dieing of course)
It isn't impossible. Short story: My friend Liz's sister has two kids, they are 6, and 4. They've been with her her entire life. She's a good mom. Her boyfriend had firearm charges from back in 2004, he did two years in prison, and had a few minor drug charges after. Nothing since 2007. Both have jobs, own place to live, she gets medicaid but nothing more.
Dad wanted to be a dick and fight for full custody (they were married and now divorced) because he doesn't like her bf.
He won. They took the kids that day, and sent them to dad. He has more money, no charges, and the kicker? He hadn't been involved in their lives a ton. Just visitation bi weekly for two days per week.