my sons bio father walked out (actually he had the police put me and my son out) when my son was one. I was hurt but I still tried to allow them to have a relationship while my son and I were living from hotel to hotel before finding a shelter that helped me get my first place, but he refused to be bothered with my son. He told me in many text messages and emails that we were better off without him and to just leave him alone. He got involved in another relationship and disowned my son. I moved on, he ended up in prison. I got my life together and found a great guy years later. Now after 2 yrs we're deciding to get married. I spoke to my sons bio father soon after he was released from prison. I tried to set up child support and visitation, he refused, he was more interested in 'me'. He got into contact with my dad who for whatever reason told my ex all my businessabout me beingengaged and now myex, is claiming after being released from prison for a year to want to 'see his son'. He's not considering supporting him, he says he only wants to see him, however when he contacts me he only talks about 'us'. I've told him over and over we're through but he refuses to let up. I know he only wants to see my son so he can see me. He says, 'we're supposed to be the happy family.' Prior to him contacting me today I filed a petition to have his parental rights removed. He hasn't supported or seen my son in over 3 years, they have no bond, no relationship, my son has absolutely no idea who he is. I dont want my son going through the emotional turmoil he did when we were living in shelters and hotels. It is unfair to him that he is only doing this out of spite for me getting my life together and moving on like he told me to. He has no job, is on parole for drug charges, has domestic violence, history,among many othre things. I know this is common as men like to make things harder for us when we dont want anything to do with them. Im seeing an att. on Monday but has anyone successfully had their ex rights removed.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:12 PM on May. 6, 2011 in General Parenting
Answer by harris4 at 9:17 PM on May. 6, 2011
Answer by hibbingmom at 9:25 PM on May. 6, 2011
I seen no reason why the petition wouldn't go through for you. He is a classic case of a dead-beat-sperm donor..He sounds like a real winner. I suggest you get a restraining order again him along with the petition, that way he will not be allowed to (by law) call, talk or see you and your son or your almost husband.
It might take awhile to be granted your request. This way you can have reassurance and piece of mind that you dont have to deal with that asshat!
Answer by Ihatelaundry at 9:28 PM on May. 6, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 10:25 PM on May. 6, 2011
Answer by MyAngel003 at 12:42 AM on May. 7, 2011