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Old 03-04-2011, 10:58 PM   #1
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i was having a conversation with my friends son who is about to have a new baby ... him and the girl are not together and he is actually with another person... she is 15 and he is 17... i called asking what they needed since their baby shower is this weekend... he let me know that they expect him to pretty much pay for everything for the baby for her and then he can provide the stuff for himself for the child however... they will only allow him 2 hrs of supervised visitation and he cant take the baby anywhere with out the momma... he is frustrated cause her mom basically is going to raise it and even went to check if she could produce milk to breast feed... and that the girl can go to school and after school can go out and be a teen... doesnt affect her but they expect him to pay for everything to get them setup up and then diapers and all this.. he even dropped out of school to get a job so he can do what they are asking... and her parents make a good bit of money... what would be the standard visitation for a newborn in this situation 2 hrs a week doesnt seem right... he even asked her well u go to school then out with friends why cant i just keep him for a few hours and she basically said i dont care he is going to stay with my mom.... it breaks my heart to see that he gave up high school his youth and every hard earned penny to provide for the baby before its even born......


seriously seems like they are screwing him over completely doesnt he get more time and are they going to really force that much financial stuff on him

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it seems like they have him do all this so he cant save up for a lawyer... =(
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Seems he would have much better luck going to court and getting visitation established.
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He needs a lawyer. In the long run it might help him to set boundaries for the baby's sake.
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Old 03-04-2011, 11:56 PM   #4
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he doesnt have a steady job and his parents have spoke to a lawyer but they cant afford it either... at 17 his parents still have to get the lawyer right?
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