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Needing some advice.

I have a baby girl due March 3rd. when I first found out my ex was pregnant in July, I was living in Nevada, within 30 days I moved back to California at my parents house, got a job and enrolled in school to get my HVAC certification. I was working 4 days a week, and going to school 5 days a week (I get paid for school because of the GI Bill as well). The plan was, I was going to save up and we would get our own place. I also told her that she wouldn't be giving birth without a ring, because I genuinely loved her, and i wanted to do the right thing. She broke up with me two weeks after I had that crazy schedule because I was too busy and didnt have time for her when I was trying to do what I needed to to provide the best life I can for my little girl. now, our relationship is really bad, she will not allow me to go to any appointments, or be at my baby's birth, or even include my last name in my daughters name. She wont answer any text messages when I ask her how appointments are going, and how she and our little girl are doing health wise( I keep the texts brief, and only about our little girl). I feel like I'm being robbed of a experience of fatherhood that I'll never get back, such as feeling my baby kick, etc. moving forward, I'm not sure what to do. I've begun talking to an attorney, but I havent put money down for a retainer just yet. My ex had mentioned a few times that she does not want to go to court, but I feel like I have no choice. I've known her for about 12 years, but our relationship was pretty brief, about 6 months. If anyone has been in a similar situation I would greatly appreciate any advice.
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We are The Fathers' Rights Movement. We've always been The Fathers' Rights Movement. That doesn't mean you're not allowed to be here if you're not a father, or if you're not a man.
We have learned a lot of things about ourselves since almost ten years ago when this movement began. We learned that there was a need for our movement to have boots on the ground in all 50 states. And then the requests started coming in from other countries asking how to make a chapter happen there.
We now have more than 60 chapters, a presence of some sort on every continent, and finally things may be starting to shift.
Our mission began as helping fathers to get back into their kids' lives following court battles. The military calls it "mission creep" when what you set out to do exposes other things that need to be addressed.
We soon found ourselves receiving messages from girlfriends and wives and stepmoms whose significant other wasn't on Facebook or didn't express himself in words very well.
We've also received messages from mothers and grandmothers asking us for ideas on how to get their sons interested in being a father to his kids. Not one single one of these individuals deserves to be turned away because someone among our following doesn't see the relevance of the message.
We started out on a mission to help Dads. Mission creep took hold as it so often does, and before you know it we're helping sisters, aunts, cousins, in-laws, grandparents and anybody else who rings the front bell. Maybe we're not what we once were. We're better than that now. ~Chris G
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-AmbearOriginally featured on Kentucky's Spectrum News: spectrumlocalnews.com/section/in-focus/in-focus-shows/2018/11/30/more-with-npo ...

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Not sure if you want to post this, but I would like to have this discussion.I know it's a tuff one, and I am against people that leave their kids just so we are clear.

So, here we go. If a father chooses to not be in a child's life for whatever reason. The reason has no bearing. Should we truly treat him as a deadbeat or should we treat him with the same compassion as we treat a women who have an abortion or gives her child up for adoption.

In the cases where a child was born from accidental sitcumstances. I feel he should be treated with compassion, and not treated like a deadbeat.
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2 hours ago

The Fathers' Rights Movement

-Ambear

Awestruck
These celeb dads are 💯

(via PopSugar Moms)
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Can there be a post where someone discusses how majority of the men on this page straight bash every woman on this page trying to support them!?
I get it. This is a mans page. If the woman are so annoying delete us all then. But as a mom who can relate to Jenny’s story, do men honestly see a woman’s advise page being very equal? The whole point is majority of the moms alienate the kids from dad. Well for us who don’t it’s pretty hard to find a lot of people ready to give sound advise on NOT doing that. I’ve been screamed at and cursed at for pushing a relationship for my daughter and her father by pages and it’s sickening. I thought this page would be the BEST place for solid advise on dealing with unequal parenting. The men have dealt with it for years! So why can’t a good mom ask any of these good dads what they think she should do!?!? The dads and people bash these moms if we screw dad over and they bash us moms if we try to work together and seek help as well. So please.....

someone tell all of us moms on the page what kind of help or support they expect us to lend this movement when we’re only ridiculed and bashed and told to leave the page when we’re only asking for advise on situations that pertain to this page.....

I guess we could make a woman page and see how many “equal” moms start to help. Anyone want to guess how far that will throw this movement backwards if women only seek help from women and men only from men?
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Can you give me information on how to file a general denial to custody suit. my sons grandparents want my husband and I to only get 2 hr supervised visits every other week. for allegations of abuse. CPS is investigating nothing happening so far. need to file an answer asap or get a default judgement
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