Mommy - posted on 04/15/2015 ( 7 moms have responded )
I have a 11 month old daughter of which her father and I separated when she was two months old. He would come around every now and then after separation but refused to help out. I filed for child support through the Attorney General and he missed mediation. Of which I was waiting on a court date. Within that timeframe he filed a SAPCR for full custody of our daughter. We went to court and the judge granted him a lot of visitation and ordered child support for the temporary order. I currently have sole physical custody but we are joint managing conservators. The temporary order has been in place for almost two months of which I have not received any child support. He has been unemployed for a year and currently stays with a relative. He recently told me that these are temporary orders and despite them already granting the standard possession and then expanded schedule a few months later, he will not be paying child support for 18 years because he is going for 50/50 custody. I currently have an attorney but with him being the father, is there anything I can do in regards to custody because won't he more than likely be granted it being the biological father?