Q: Daughter has a child with bf. Bf is a full-blown alcoholic. Daughter/son (1y.o.) leave fear for their life.
What rights does she have and what does sheneed to do ? Daughter/son are living with us (parents of daughter).
Hard to answer without more information. In Oho, if paternity was never established, she doesn't have to let the father see the child. If paternity was established but no parenting time(visitation) was ever ordered by the court, she doesn't have to let him see the child. If they ever lived together,she can consider getting a civil protection order. The best thing for her to do right now is consult an attorney. Many attorneys offer a free consultation.
Best to you, her and your grandson!
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