Decatur, GA asked in Child Custody and Child Support for Georgia

Q: Can she do that? What can he do to stop that? Can he get custody on child support hearing or at least try?

My boyfriend is soon going to court for child support with his ex. She has withhold him from seeing his child for months and recently texted him because she needed something. Now he sees his child whenever she wants to let him see the child at a police station because she says her parole officer recommended her to do that. But does not let him take him anywhere. Also what does he needs to bring for court?

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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: He needs to get an attorney. Yes, she is going to get child support. He needs to bring proof of income. If there is no legitimation order, he cannot ask for custody at this point. He needs to file for legitimation to get custody rights.

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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Fayetteville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: He needs to hire an attorney to file to legitimate his child in order to establish his custody rights.

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