Our expert says:
its not clear --- if this man the father of your child ? If so, he has a cheekl demanding a paternity test, but presumably it'd suit you well to have it done --- then go to court and compel him to pay full maintenance for the child. And to pay for the medical expenses of the pregnancy and delivery. You also need a legal opinion, but surely he will be liable to pay maintenance from the start --- how could the law encourage a deadbeat dad to save money by delaying the start of payments ? Others among our readers will be familiar with the details --- but I think he may need to share the expenses with you, not necessarily 50/50, but in the proportion of his earnings to yours, which may leave him with a bigger share to pay
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