Timothy Denison's answer Most DNA courts will appoint you counsel if you cannot afford it. If they’re going to tie your visitation to their pleasure or displeasure, you really have nothing to lose by going back to court.
Timothy Denison's answer You can file your own pro se motions but youustcsnt likely achieve much on your own, especially if he has a lawyer. Find a competent family law practitioner, work out a payment plan, and let him or her help get your daughter back.
Timothy Denison's answer You have equal rights and exactly the same rights as the mother. No more, no less. You need to speak with a family law practitioner immediately who can establish a parenting agreement if one does not exist.
Timothy Denison's answer If he is the father, he will have the same rights as you. You two would share jointcustody. Unless he takes you to court however, to establish a visitation schedule, you don’t have to let him have her at all. He will have to pay child support and the court will decide if and when he gets overnights after taking his living arrangements any other concerns you have into consideration.
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