Our expert says:
Anyone notice a theme among today's messages ? SO many deadbeat dads giving up or losing a job and then just giving up, and expecting their wife to support them. I don't think it matters who his people are connected to, in the event of a divorce every court is required to decide what is in the best interests of the child, and not to take sides in a vendetta between adults
Would it be possible to persuade him to join you in mariage counselling, even if he saw it as helping hiom to deal with you as a problem-source --- so long as he gets engaged in the process ?
Either way, consult a good lawyer and check the situation --- I don't think it should be assumed that he and his family would automatically receive custody of the child. And for a court to ignore a loving and working mom, for a deadbeat dad, is hardly likely.
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