If a man is on child support but wants no contact or visitation, can he do that? The mother of the child has claimed rape against him and his fiancé. He wants to see if he can find the case to gather that proof and his fiancé has all of the messages of the child’s mother threatening her. He hasn’t seen the child for about a year now and doesn’t want to have any contact or visitation. Would he be able to request that in court even if he still has to pay child support?
You can certainly have no contact with the mother or the child, as long as you are making your child support payments you should have no problem. Under no circumstances you should discuss this in court. You have to hire an attorney and discuss your situation with an attorney and your attorney will advice you how to and what to do in your situation. You don't want to look bad in court. If you can not afford an attorney, you can still reach out to attorneys by message and see how much they charge. There are many attorneys like myself that also offer discounts and affordable rates. Don't hesitate to send a message to an attorney to discuss further.
Disclaimer: Ahsan A Syed, PSC // Stephanie Emanuel, Esq Attorney answers and comments to questions are for general purposes only and DOES NOT establish an attorney-client relationship. Call an attorney for a free consultation.
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