If you have been to court over the visitation, custody, and support issues, then you can go to the clerk's office and get a copy of the file and everything in it including the orders from the judge. If there's been no court, then you'll need to contact the ex girlfriend and hope she has copies.
She's not free to change a court order as she sees fit if one exists. You have rights and can ask the court to enforce the orders against her.
If there's no court orders, then it's probably time you file.
As for the name here's some good information - http://www.courts.state.md.us/family/forms/drin62.pdf
You can do it yourself but I recommend getting a family attorney to help with everything. Good luck.
This is not legal advice nor does it create an attorney-client relationship. This is for education and informational purposes only. It is always recommended that you contact an attorney with any concerns as each individual case is unique.
You should contact the mediator if you did not convert the agreement into an Order. As Mr. Wills states, you can move to enforce the agreement if it became a court Order. If it did not, then I recommend filing a complaint to establish custody & visitation. You can then attempt to incorporate the agreement into an Order establishing a visitation schedule that the court can then enforce. It appears that you live in Baltimore County, so please feel free to call me if you would like to discuss your options.
Michael G. DeHaven
Smith, Gildea & Schmidt, LLC
600 Washington Avenue
Towson, MD 21204
Please be advised that this response does not constitute "legal advice," nor does it create an attorney-client relationship. You should seek counsel of an attorney before taking any actions or deciding not to take any actions.
You can contact the mediator or go to the clerks office at the Courthouse. The mother can assist you with adding your name to the birth certificate with vital records otherwise you will need a court order.
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