Custody Battles

Jasmine Elaine - posted on 04/12/2016 ( 1 mom has responded )




I just turned 18 yesterday and my ex boyfriend is 19. I will be starting school at harvard in the fall. last year when my ex and i were dating we went to a party and i ended up pregnant. He ignored me my entire pregnancy, even requested a paternity test three times saying its not my baby not my baby not my problem. Then the day my daughters Brylee and Brynne were born he came to the hospital and sat with me for 79 hours during my labor, then right after they were born i got sick and he was in the room when i woke up holding brylee. i told the nurse i was uncomfortable with him in the room and she had him escorted out. as he walked away he demanded the girls have his last name. Less then 2 weeks later we were brought to court and he said those girls over there are my daughters and they aren't safe with Jasmine. I am adopted and live with adoptive parents with their 8 daughters. That house is safer then his ever will be. His mom is so supportive. she sends me $100 every month to support them and she asks for pictures which i send her. we meet for lunch once a month so she can see her so called grand babies. Her son wanted nothing to do with them after they were born. now we are going through a nasty court trial where he has requested full custody. at the moment he gets supervised visitation for 15 minutes once a month. He is a drug addict and he has a new girlfriend and they have a son due in three months. I saw them at disney world last saturday when my fiancé proposed. now he is coming after me. Any advice would be amazing and it would make this so much easier for me, if there are any other moms or young moms out there going though a similar situation message me! i would love your support ♥



Dove - posted on 04/12/2016




Get a good lawyer. If his circumstances have not improved since he was awarded the supervised visitations... it is unlikely that he would then be granted unsupervised visitations, but you really need a lawyer to help you navigate through this and give you good, legal advice pertaining directly to your particular situation.

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