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[Gryffinwhore♥] Due March 3; 34 kids; Poulsbo, Washington 32772 posts
28th Feb '13
Quoting kate & tilly:" <blockquote><b>Quoting [Gryffinwhore♥]:</b>" Is there a way around getting ... [snip!] ... would schedule a consultation with a lawyer and see what they have to say. Things might be easier on Washington than in Nevada."


Ughhhh. He would never agree to just give up his rights, I know that much. He's still hoping we'll get back together I think. It's not that he's a super shitty dad who beat on his kids or anything, but he isn't exactly father of the year either.



I just hate knowing that my current boyfriend, who is amazing and has done more for them than my ex ever did, will never actually be their dad on paper.

[Gryffinwhore♥] Due March 3; 34 kids; Poulsbo, Washington 32772 posts
28th Feb '13
Quoting supa~~fly:" idk the laws on that part. I know that in Nebraska even if the father doesn't want anything to do with their kid they still get ass raped by child support. "


I think that's pretty much anywhere.
I'm on the guy's side on that one. If a woman can decide not to have a baby, a man should be able to do the same. At least in the case of one night stands and shit.

penispenispenisVAGINA 4 kids; Idaho 6992 posts
28th Feb '13
Quoting [Gryffinwhore♥]:" I think that's pretty much anywhere. I'm on the guy's side on that one. If a woman can decide not to ... [snip!] ... a woman can decide not to have a baby, a man should be able to do the same. At least in the case of one night stands and shit. "


The kid I mentioned is my nephew and my sister. They were together for almost 3 years and he decided one day to split on her and her son and their son and not do anything. it's been almost a year since he's seen my nephew :(

Mrs. Sherwood TTC since Jun 2013; 16 kids; Mesa, Arizona 3391 posts
28th Feb '13
Quoting [Gryffinwhore♥]:" The father of my kids hasn't abandoned them per-say. He lives in a different state and hardly sees or ... [snip!] ... hardly sees or calls his kids, but, I'm the one who moved. He has rights to visitation, but there is no set order in place. "


Sorry I meant to put ex-boyfriend, not boyfriend. And if he doesn't want to give up his rights, but hasn't legally abandoned them (as determined by your state laws), then unfortunately there's not much you can do. Sorry :(

Boobo&bugs Due September 24; 1 child; Simpsonville, South Carolina 5729 posts
status 28th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting [Gryffinwhore♥]:</b>" Ughhhh. He would never agree to just give up his rights, I know that much. He's still hoping we'll get ... [snip!] ... current boyfriend, who is amazing and has done more for them than my ex ever did, will never actually be their dad on paper. "</blockquote>




It's a sucky situation for all parties involved in child custody in my opinion. Just because your boyfriend isn't the dad on paper doesn't mean he's not their dad though. You could still try for full custody. Then the bio father can remain as uninvolved as he wants to be.

Hy'ska 2 kids; Washington 50677 posts
1st Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting [Gryffinwhore♥]:</b>" If I was to marry the person I'm currently with, who is not the father of my children, would he then ... [snip!] ... would he then gain any parental rights? Or would their biological father have to agree to let my current boyfriend adopt them? "</blockquote>




You can have it put in your parenting plan. As of now me and my stepkids stepdad have no rights at all to them. When we go back to court that will change