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Parental rights!

 
 
Reply Mon 15 Mar, 2010 07:30 pm
Wanting to get my sons father rights revocked.
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sullyfish6
 
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Reply Mon 15 Mar, 2010 09:11 pm
If you are in the US, a court will have to do that.

There will be an investigation of the entire situation and a determination will be made.

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BillRM
 
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Reply Tue 16 Mar, 2010 05:24 am
@motherof2kidz,
Do you not love women who view the fathers of their children as a wallet at the very best who should have no rights to be a parent without the mother permission less alone that they should have equal rights and standings to the mothers.

I love the government rounding up “dead beat fathers” on father day however never doing a similar action to mothers on mother day. Yes there are men who have full custody of their children and there are indeed “dead beat mothers” but you would never know it by looking at the news.

It is a brave man who father children in this society.

motherof2kidz
 
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Reply Wed 17 Mar, 2010 06:03 pm
@BillRM,
I completly agree with that view of things. This post however is not about other mothers, fathers, or children in this world, just this one. I apologize for whatever it is that you went through, but this isn't the place to vent. If you have encountered a dead beat mother, then do something about it. Me personally, I'm not viewing him as a "wallet". Once he signs over his rights he wont have to pay a cent for anything. I can (am) take care of my children on my own. I would much rather him be out of work and CARING (visiting, showing interest in his schooling, asking about his day, taking him for hair cuts, taking him to mcdonalds, playing ball with him, etc.) for him than asking for child support and him not seeing my son at all. If he doesnt keep a job then there's no support coming anyway. Just because you don't want to work doesn't mean that this child shouldn't eat.
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