Q: Can My ex make me move back to NY?
My ex and i Start having problems on sept. And we agreed that i would have our baby in México where My family is and then he would go get us and return to the US (NY) but we Start having more problems once i confronted him for cheating on me so he text me i could stay un mx if i wanted and he would give me money to live comfortable with our son. Then 1 day before My trip to México he filled for divorced (23rd) but he couldnt served me as My fight left at 5am. (24th) he Is a NYS trooper and he has threaten me to Sue and put me in jail since he claims i fled the country, kept our son from him, and comit varios crimes before i left. Our baby was prematur after all the emocional abuse i received. Our child is 5 months now, he has o ly ask about his well being 3 times, he doesnt support us finantially. They said i need to go back to NY to sign the divorce papers but i'm afraid My visit Will bring more troubles for me and My son and they Will make me move back to NY i'm SO Lost! I'm afraid
A: If the baby was born in Mexico, you cannot be forced to move back to NY. You also do not have to come back to sign any divorce papers. You should speak with an attorney about the divorce or ask the judge who has your case in the supreme court to appoint an attorney to represent you on custody and support.
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