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An unplanned pregnancy occurred, the people involved conceived during a drug binge and are not married or in a relationship . The mother-to-be is an addict and active meth user. She is 6 weeks pregnant. The father-to-be is a Level II registered sex offender and recovering addict. He committed his crime 15 years ago and spent 10 years in prison. He is required to register as a sex offender.
He would like to petition the courts for sole legal and physical custody of the baby once it is born. I am trying to encourage adoption, but neither of the parents-to-be view that as an option. I don't think either of the people involved would be able to provide the baby with a stable, healthy, or loving environment. Is there a possibility the father-to-be could actually be granted custody
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