My girlfriend got pregnant she is now four months and 3 weeks ago I turned 18. My girlfriend' s parents are threating me that if I Don't follow their rules they will get me locked up for being 18. My girl is 16 and I know that At this age you can legally have sex with any one or something like that.
My girlfriend's parents said their rules was this:
1.Give her money every month.
2.Every week I have to give her food.
3.And every week or so I have to buy her cloths.
4.The only way I can see her is at his house (certain hours.)
5.She cannot visit me or go any place with me.
Is this right? Me and my parents think that she should move in with me, because they will take her off their insurance so I have to pay for everything which is no problem but if I'm going to do all that, plus feed her, buy her cloths, give her money, take her to work, to the doctor's, I want her to be with me, I don't think their rules are fair but her dad said If I don't follow their rules I won't see her at all. Can you please Give me some advise? I don't want her to stay with her parents because her dad has anger problems, has a criminal record, drinks a lot, and sometimes mistreats my girlfriend, He used to hit her wife when she was pregnant and I don't want him to hit my girlfriend when she is pregnant, you know? Plus, Him and his wife want my girl to have an abortion, they always make her upset and she cries a lot because of her parents and that is really bad for my baby thats why I want her to live with me, I want to be fully responsible about everything. Can you give me some information to wether or not she can move in with me? Or what rights do I have as a father? What can I do? her parents want to take me to court, Should I go to court?
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