can my ex partner can take my baby girl away?

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hi there.can my ex take my baby away from me?.me and my ex split when i was 14weeks pregnant.not heart owt from him4 6months.he came bk jst 2days b4my girl was born.i register her in my name but cos he came bk and was on and on about it we reregister her in my and his name too.lasted 3months and we splited appart cos of argument what take place in front of our baby.i asked him 2stop shoutin but he didnt.so i kecked him out cos i had 2cover my baby's ears while argument.he never payed anything till 4months old.he wasnt feeding her while me been pregnant.not bought me pram cot clothes absolutely nothing.only my family friends and collegues helped me.he had dom.violance history with his ex.been on probation b4.now my baby is 10 months old.she was on child prot.plan.but not anymore.social not listened wot me or his ex said bt him at all.they said if i agree he can have her unsupervised.b4he couldnt.i stoped him 2see her cos he is paying csa 70pounds a month since she was 4months old only.i said he can see her in my house if he wants too but i will wat the money what he owns me since birt.he is self employer so lies how much he earns.he said to csa only 217 a week.he is qual.builder.he gets 100 a day.anyway i wants monoy cos i has mortgage 2pay on my house baby 2look after.i workin only part time and baby go to nursery.i and goverment pay 4that.me 30% and gov 70.he is saying 70 a month eill b enought 4 babies food clothes toyes and nursery too.so i stoped him.my bsby was very poorly in age 9months.i rung him 4help 2take me to hospital.he just put the phone down on me.next morning she had fit.my baby was dieing in my arms.she was ill 4 1month.i only rung him cos he was still her father and i had no money 4taxi.another day he say her one day in shop and he passed her.so that is why i want him out of our lifes compleatly.he said on child protection conference that i was shouting when i rung him for help in emergency and that he never passed his daughter at all.he lies to social thst he living wiv his mum and that his parents never argued or his dad never hurt his mum.he jst lies.me and his ex knows what he is like or his family.i only frighting thst one day he will pay soliciyor or court and he will b able to take her to him for a weekend.his new gf txted me frighting txt so i saved it incase.he also been taking drugs whild young.so he gots records with dom.violance and drugs.but he said to socisl that was 12years ago.no he is clear.but his temper didnt changed.he never hit me but he frighted me 4times while pregnant.but social said he is not high risk of dom violance no more.they dont know him.while he was doing person posing risc programe with social worker=only 4visits i finded out from his ex that he been driving his gf wiv her 2kids and his other 2kids in the back of the car.so 4kids in the back.but social said i spoke to him bt it and he promised to never do that again.they all shite anyway.they should help me but they helping him.idiots.so please can anyone help me to get answear the question.can he in the future have her?

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Dove - posted on 04/24/2013

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Well... a 12 year old drug history wouldn't help you any. It would need to be current. The abuse is more recent, but doesn't necessarily mean it will help you.

Dove - posted on 04/24/2013

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I have absolutely no idea what the law/courts do or do not do in your country. In the US.... he would have rights. IF you have enough hard evidence of the drugs and violence you could potentially have him only have supervised visits with the child, but there would be no guarantee. Not paying child support and not living with you would have zero bearing on him seeing his kid.

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Jodi - posted on 04/24/2013

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Whether he lives with you or not makes little difference as to his rights. he is the biological father. Nothing can change that. If you have evidence of his past, of the hard drugs, then MAYBE you might be able to fight for supervised visitation, but you have to have some proof!!

It doesn't matter if he never helped. He still has rights.

And just for the record, I am not in the UK ;)

If you think the government in Slovakia wouldn't allow it, then go and see a lawyer. Stop asking people on the internet for advice if you are going to disagree with them anyway.

Jodi - posted on 04/24/2013

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Your post is very, very hard to read and understand, but the short answer is.....yes, he has a right to time with your daughter.

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