Our expert says:
If the child is his, he will be entitled to reasonable access --- and REASONABLE is the important word. It would NOT include turning ip whenever it suited him, and ignoring your own plans or needs. Its worth getting issues like access and maintenance fixed by a court, as then he will not be entitled to ignore the rules the court lays down
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