i recently got a restriction order from my ex-pregnant girlfriend, she claimed i kicked her which was untrue we just argued and i threw her a plate but by no means was intending to get her; it crashed on wall...anyhow she got a restraining order against me and now i need to know how this will affect me from seeing my child born, is there anything i can do? help
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Re: family law
First of all you can request a hearing on the Order of Protection, Even if it remains in place, when the child is born, you will want to petition the court to establish paternity, custody, parenting time and support orders. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to assist.
Re: family law
You can request a hearing on the Order of Protection. Or, you can file a Paternity action, and as a temporary order ask for the ability to be present at your child's birth.
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