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Asked on: 10/18/10, 8:42 am

My daughter had a child with her boyfriend. Since that time , he has not been in the picture and she does not want him in the baby's life. That was over 2 years ago. Recently, he has re-appeared and is calling her wanting to see the baby. Does he have any rights?

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Answered on: 10/23/10, 8:54 am by Ralph Villani

Short answer, NO!!

You might want to think about getting the Superior Court (Barrow or Gwinnett, depending on the part of Auburn in which you live) to issue a TRO to keep him away if it get out of hand.

You can call my office next Thursday or Friday to discuss this matter [(770) 985-6773]

Good luck


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Answered on: 10/23/10, 9:12 am by Glen Ashman

Ralph's answer is overkill unless he is a danger to you or the child. You will not get a TRO unless that is the case.

However, unless he legitimates the child, you CAN ignore him. He has no rights until he does.


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