I have been in an abusive relationship with my child's father and am currently pregnant with our second child. I finally left him and recently filed for child support. When he found out he said he was going to sign over his rights and move to another state. He says his children were a mistake and he doesn't want anything to do with them. That's fine with me because my son got hurt while in his care and had CPS called on him. He's also been arrested for felony domestic violence. Is in the process of being tried and possibly dropped to a misdemeanor though. Anyways I was wondering if I could still somehow receive child support because he was the primary income for our household? We planned it that way when we decided to have children together.
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