Post
Experience Project iOS Android Apps | Download EP for your Mobile Device
Zacharytravis Zacharytravis 18-21, M 10 Answers Aug 25 in Parenting & Family

Your Response

Cancel

Get a job and start paying child support. That's your only option.

Best Answer

Teens these days, can't bother to wait until they're 25 to have a kid.

Best Answer

He´s a year old, he should be with his mom and you should get visitation rights.

Best Answer

ask for joint custody so you both can have time with your child and some time without to have some kind of normal life yourself

Best Answer

This ^^^^^ Sounds good for the child, too. They get to be raised by noth parents.

Best Answer

*both

Best Answer

You weren't married? As long as she ain't abusing the kid your chances are slim...
Sorry but the mother is still considerd more important.... And if you weren't a stay at home dad you'll probably just spend a lot of money to see the kid every other weekend which you most likely could anyway

Best Answer

Well she doesnt want to take care of our kid is the thing. I tried to tell her that he is going to need both of us for support when he gets older but her response was " well i font give a flip you can raise him, so i guess im stuck with my little man but i dont mind

Best Answer

Joint custody is a lie!!! Unless you are the custodial parent, you will have no rights, and the courts will ruin your life.

Best Answer

Though am no longer a girl, I can tell you from experience..(I work at CPS and have a son) take the high road at all times, custody or not. Your child will grow to resent you otherwise and children are more astute than we think. That being said, find a moderator or appointed court guardian who can help hash this out. Always, it's about what's best for the child, not who win.

Best Answer

Very well said.

Best Answer

Thank You!

Best Answer

Spend THOUSANDS and lose your @ss anyway. Be the best for your child and lose your *** anyway.

Best Answer

You have to wait and see what kind of custody the courts feel is in the best interest of your child. Try to love your child more than you and your ex might hate each other.

Best Answer

Hopefully, you and your ex aren't depending on your parents to help support you. They should have custody then.

Best Answer

Related Questions