They are needed to see whats in the childs best interest and be the childs voice in court. They will tell the judge if your suitable as a single parent and can provide for your child or not. I will tell you though that if your receiving any public services they will not grant it. Under what law are you filing under?
My daughter's father did the same thing. His attorney drafted the paper work, and my attorney went over it with me, and she had them change a few things. Then we all signed it and my attorney brought it to court for the judge to sign. Some of the things my attorney made sure were in the agreement were:
-I'm able to have someone adopt my daughter as her father AND without his permission. This also means that he will never be able to gain his rights back again (seals the deal)
-I agreed to not file for child support or any type of state assistance that would require him to pay money for my daughter. This also prevents him from getting his rights back. If he were to pay child support then he could ask for visiting time in the future.
-He agreed to never contacting me or my daughter, and also to not cause any type of scene in public.
-I have permission to get any type of medical history from him if needed.
So these might be some things you keep in mind, which is why having an attorney is really important, I would find a new one if you could. Good luck!
I was considering asking my Ex to give up his rights... I'm pretty sure he would in a heartbeat if he knew that he could. He left us when I was 5 months pregnant after I wouldn't abort the baby. Now I'm 7 months in and I'm trying to figure out all the details.
I just don't want him coming back when my son is like, 5 years old and demand having him over the weekends. I know this guy is going to regret what he did one day. Arg. Choices, choices...
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