Our expert says:
That's not really VERY short, Brad, but understandably thorough ! Apparently C urgently needs some lessons in basic biology and contraception. Anyone can make a mistake, but to make the same mistake repeatedly suggests something more is at work. Apparently, her main reason for contacting you is for the money --- and while your love for your own son is commendable, there's no reason for you to support her children by other men. I hope you can feel confident that your money is actually being spent on your son. <br>Sounds like you didn't have good legal help in the custody case --- I thought recent law changes gave more weight to the needs of a father. Have CHild Welfare done a proper assessment of her household and the safety and well-being of the children ? If not, they should be urged to do so. And why is the maintenance still a voluntary thing ? If you went to the Maintenance COurt, they could also establish your absolute right to have your boy visit you and spend time with you, and ensure proper access. They must focus on the boy's best interests, and not on what his mother might want for herself. And as Mary says, the Family Advicate, also supposed to represent the kids interest, may be able to help without excess expense on your side ( money better spent on the boy than on lawyers ). <br>You have behaved honourably, and remaining at least available to your boy when he may need you, is a good decision.
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