The Father of my child has refuse to be in my daughters life,this one will be very interesting and crazy everyone

Milissa - posted on 03/15/2014 ( 3 moms have responded )

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my daughter father was there threw my whole pregnancy, and after I had the baby in 2002, he was on and off in her life, and I had meet someone else when my daughter was 10months old, my husband was my friend at the time, but we got married when my daughter was 2 in a half years old.She carried her biological fathers last name since the age 6 years old, we got his signature, we told him he could come around and to be a stranger. while he never call or anything,and the system is after him for child support, because there was no adoption papers done.He had said I don't deni my daughter, and yet he remarried and have other kids, and never told her other brother and sister that she exits in the world, so now we going to court next month. do i ask fora Dna test or dont bother with this man that doesnt want nothing to do with his owndaughter but yet he have more daughters, they ages are 5 and 3 and my daughter is 11 years old. I need help really bad

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Michelle - posted on 03/15/2014

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If you want to get a DNA test done get then get it done. If you want to be rid of him get him to sign his parental rights over.
I'm not really sure what you are asking us. What do you want us to help with?

Milissa - posted on 03/15/2014

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we went to court when she was 4 years old and the judge asked him do you did a dna test, and he said no theres no need for that,he was playing games because, his wife spoke to me and told that he was seeing both of us and got us both pregnant now mind you I didnt know about this women untill now and I didnt know he had another women pregnant, his family made her got rid of the baby, and i kept my

Michelle - posted on 03/15/2014

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Will it enhance your life in any way? Will it just cause more issues?
I think you really have to ask yourself, does it really matter in the long run? If he doesn't want to have anything to do with your daughter you can't force him. You do need to make sure that the lines of communication are always open though but I wouldn't force it.
You obviously have a great husband and I think you should get on with your lives.

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