To make a long story short, my best friends son is 15 and his WILD girlfriend is 14. This girlfriend is pregnant and is very wild. She sleeps with anyone she wants to basically. She has noone to accuse as the father except the boyfriend she is with now. The boyfriend doubts he is the father but is being accused as of.
The girls father has stepped up and is trying to push any charge that he can possibly on my friends son. Since the son is ONLY 15 what rights does his mom have? She is at a loss and since the girl and her father are NOT disclosing ANY proof of any kind she is stumped.
Is there anything a lawyer can do? Can her son be forced to attend baby classes even tho he doubts he is the father? If the courts can push classes NOW when the girl is only 6 weeks prego, what exactly can the sons mom do now to ensure the safety of the babyt and so forth?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:06 AM on May. 18, 2010 in General Parenting
What charges? For crying out loud he is 15. The only way to prove he is the dad is through DNA. They should ask for it soon as the baby is born, then go from there.
Answer by Anonymous at 11:10 AM on May. 18, 2010
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Answer by Tawanda74 at 11:12 AM on May. 18, 2010
I do not think anyone can make him go to classes. Having said that if they bring him to court she will be further along in her pregnancy and she may have had a change of heart since she may not know who that father is. Now having said that I would advise your friend to contact a lawyer and pursue the "father" of this girl. I used quotations because any real father would not let his DD act that way IMO! Anyway she can have it in writing that once the baby is born you want a DNA test and her son does not want to bond with her or the baby until he knows(that is of course if that is what he wants) If I am correct a lawyer can state that since he is unsure weather he is the father and since he is a minor his mother can choose if she wants him attending anything because if the child is not his it can be emotionally damaging. Good Luck and let me know please!:)
Answer by delilahsmom1177 at 11:16 AM on May. 18, 2010
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