>?My son is going to be 4 months old in a couple of weeks. I am the
primary caregiver, the father has had >nothing to do with him(my choice)
because he and I broke up a couple of weeks before I found out I was
>pregnant due to his drinking and attitude towards me. He was mentally
and verbally abusive the whole time I >was pregnant and 2 days after we
found out it was a boy, he denied his son, again. I know it was probably
>childish but I decided to ignore him the rest of my pregnancy and told
him to take me to court after he was >born if he wanted anything to do
with him. I didn't put him on the BC or any of that. 6 days after my son
was >born we had to move in with my parents due to my living
situation(grandmother had an episode and kicked me out) so now we're
living 5 hours away from the bio-father. When I applied for assitance
they decided to go after >him for CS, going through the CSRP to avoid
court, establish paternity and negotiate visitaion and all that. So >my
quesion is how does visitation work with us being so far away and my son
being so young?
You might possibly be responsible for the transportation of the visitation. You ARE the one who moved right?
Noone here has a crystal ball, and can tell you what the Judge will say.
You want MY opinion?
The father of the child, has every bit of rights to see his child as you do! and You ran off!
If I were him, I would take you to court, and I'd make sure I were able to visit with my child.
You don't want the man that helped you create this child, but you want the rest of us tax payers to support your child?
He will more than likely see his child, if it is his.
That is how it generally goes.