Ev - posted on 10/24/2014
You need to get a lawyer to explain what can be done. We are not legal experts here nor can we advise legally either. Where you live, you need to find out what the laws say. But frankly, if he is truly the father, he has the rights to ask for visitation at least if not partial custody depending on his crime he went to jail for. You may need to get the records of his arrest, conviction and jail time to show the judge if he is thought to be a danger to the child. He can ask for a paternity test to prove he is the father. A child should not be denied the right to know a parent at all even if it means a supervised visit so often a month. Your daughter needs to be asking for child support, custody, and visitation set up. In the end, its the child that hurts the most in something like this.
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