Our expert says:
An apology is obviously something he owes to you and the child, but its never enough - they're so easy to say, but there's a need for him to demonstrate in his behaviour that he really is sorry AND won't do it again, especially as having twice cheated, the odds are against him not cheating again. It sounds as though he is interested in the child, so do go to the maintenance court and get an aggreement that h pays proper maintenance for the child - both for the child's benefit and to remind him that having children isn't a light thing without costs all round.
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