Most Helpful Girl
hi, for me as a parent it is always about the child as a priority, however, so so often grown ups cannot achieve this stance. you have been a dad to this child for two years, so my initial response is this, as his dad of two years do you feel that he is part of your life and you would want to continue to be his dad? i appreciate this could be complicated if you spilt from the mother, are you still with her now? i dont know about u. s but if you can prove you are not the father you would not be liable for any child support over here, you have a maintenance for ex wives though dont you? do you have a free legal advice service in your area? i suppose ultimately you need to decide what you want to do as in stay, leave, keep seeing the child etc then go from there. Although this is a harsh thing to say and im a single mum so i mean no offence but a child of two would most likely never recall you in their memories, thats not to say you won't have to go through that, unless you could forgive her and stay and make a go of it? is that a possibility? xx0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
If it isn't yours, divorce her.
You need a good lawyer. Liberal states like CA try to make you still pay even though it is proven to not be yours. Even if ordered to pay, don't pay. If they try to put you in jail for it, once you win the paternity case, you can sue the county and your ex both if that happens.
What you need to do now is put your vehicles in a trusted relative's name, take any cash out of your savings and have it in that relative's name in a safety deposit box, cancel all credit cards, and THEN file for divorce.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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