It appears as though you are a very caring mother. Keep all your documents for evidence. You may also consider keeping a journal to document further your good faith effort towards being a good mother. You probably need an attorney.
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Sometimes there are questions that do not have such simple answers, and this is certainly one of them. The issue of child abandonment comes up when one parent attempts to terminate the other parent's custodial rights to that child. It is a very serious concern as it has very serious consequences. Most jurisdictions handle child abandonment issues as they related to one parties' request to terminate the other parent's custodial rights and it is dealt with in the probate courts. As such, your issues cross over to two separate and distinct areas of law (Family and Probate). I agree with the previous answer in that you must keep a very detailed log with appropriate proof indicating that you continued to communicate, support, and provide for your child. You should probably speak to a probate attorney to discuss what type of evidence is typically used to prove that have not abandoned the child in order to ensure that you do not run into evidentiary problems down the road.Ask a similar question
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