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Do You Know Your Rights as a Father?

By: Emma Jones - Updated: 23 Aug 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
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Having never planned to be in this position before, you are probably unsure of exactly what your rights as a father are. You want to do your best as a father but what are your legal responsibilities? Here are some questions that you may ask to find out exactly where you stand.

Do You Have Parental Responsibility for Your Kids?

If you were married to your partner when your child was born, you have automatic Parental Responsibility. If you are not married and your child was born after 1st December 2003 and your name is on the birth certificate, you automatically have parental responsibility. If you are the biological father, you can still file for parental responsibility which gives you legal rights and responsibilities for your child.

Can You Make Decisions Concerning Their Upbringing?

With parental responsibility you have the right to be involved in all major decisions in your child life. This can be anything that significantly affects their upbringing such as education, medical treatment or religion. (For more information, see our article Making Joint Decisions About Your Child's Future on this site.)

Who Decides on Everyday Things?

Everyday decisions are left up to the parent who has residence of the children. Generally, the mother is given residence unless you or the courts decide differently. This means that she does not have to consult you about any day-to-day decisions.

Do You Have to Pay Child Support?

As a parent you are legally bound to Pay Child Support. The amount that you pay is worked out by the Child Support Agency (CSA) and will depend on a number of things including how much you earn and how you have split custody.

What Visitation Rights do You Have?

You may decide to organise your visitation independently with your ex, and this is fine as long as you are both happy with the arrangement. If not, you will need to apply for a contact order and be assessed to determine what visitation you are given.

Can Your Ex Take Your Children Out of the Country?

If your ex has residence of your children, she can take them out of the country for up to one month without your permission. If she wants to take them for longer or move abroad permanently, she will need your consent. If you have serious concerns about her taking them out of the country, then you can apply for an order to stop it.

When Does Parental Responsibility End?

Your parental responsibility and child support continues until your child leaves school or further education, which can be as young as 16 or finish when they are 19 and at university.

Finding out about your rights and responsibilities as a father is important so that you know what you are entitled to and what you need to do. If you can keep relations civil and handle the details with your ex then this can be better but, if not, you will have to go through the legal system to clarify things. Your ex has no right to stop you seeing your children and with a little bit of compromise and willingness you can both come to an agreement that is best for your children.

Making Things Easier

When you first split up it's easy for battles to ensue and for the children to take the brunt of it, even though this is never your intention. One way to make things easier is to draw up some kind of agreement at the outset - see our sample separation agreement.

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Sheila- Your Question:
My husbands ex girlfriend never lets us see the kids my eldest son moved to New Zealand because of the negativity in their household the middle son lives with his grandmother and my stepdaughter who is 11 years old is living with her mother plus 3 young siblings from her boyfriend. My husband pays child support but she won't let us have access to the children. She breached her court order and has not being following the court order. What can we do to have visitation rights. Unfair

Our Response:
If there is a court order in place and your husband's ex has breached it, then please see link: Breach of Contact or Residence Order: What to Do, here. However, paying child maintenance and having child access have no bearing upon each other. Your husband is required by law to pay child maintenance whether he sees his children or not.
SeparatedDads - 24-Aug-17 @ 11:16 AM
Dave - Your Question:
Bassicly me and my partner split up around 6 months ago it was tuff has she cheated on me and I found out mainly from my kids who are 4 and 6 years old so cut along story short I moved away from it all and to start over fresh I ring the kids everyday and I see them every other weekend and have them on holidays I always had concerns about the new fella she was dating and things the kids was saying ie being left at home why she goes shop unnatened also being drunk her fella being naked around the house in front of my 6 yr old daughter and how he supposed to take her money and sponge of her nearly falling out the window police incidents loads of things and her best friend to tell me that she is failing the kids they miss loads of days of skwl it always seems to be a Monday after the weekend after they been on a binge it seems I hear they hear lady not at home they stay around other people house I've tryed to not prye but with this holidays I got them for now I'm considering not taking them back with what's being said a from my kids like drinking he always drunk he argues and fights with there mum and she begs me not to tke her home and am in a position where I really don't no what to do

Our Response:
You can see more via the link here which will tell you more about your entitlement to keep your children without the permission of your ex. Please be aware if you do this it can ruin a trusting relationship and could hamper access in the future if your children are returned to your ex. As in any situation, the best approach is to try and talk this through together if not between yourselves, at least via mediation. Much also depends upon the age of your children. In the first instance you could volunteer to have the children more if your ex is having difficulties. However, if you are genuinely concerned for their welfare and you have evidence they are not going to school etc then seeking legal advice will also help you here.
SeparatedDads - 24-Aug-17 @ 11:10 AM
My husbands ex girlfriend never lets us see the kids my eldest son moved to New Zealand because of the negativity in their household the middle son lives with his grandmother and my stepdaughter who is 11 years old is living with her mother plus 3 young siblings from her boyfriend. My husband pays child support but she won't let us have access to the children. She breached her court order and has not being following the court order. What can we do to have visitation rights. Unfair
Sheila - 23-Aug-17 @ 7:21 AM
Bassicly me and my partner split up around 6 months ago it was tuff has she cheated on me and I found out mainly from my kids who are 4 and 6 years old so cut along story short I moved away from it all and to start over fresh I ring the kids everyday and I see them every other weekend and have them on holidays I always had concerns about the new fella she was dating and things the kids was saying ie being left at home why she goes shop unnatened also being drunk her fella being naked around the house in front of my 6 yr old daughter and how he supposed to take her money and sponge of her nearly falling out the window police incidents loads of things and her best friend to tell me that she is failing the kids they miss loads of days of skwl it always seems to be a Monday after the weekend after they been on a binge it seems I hear they hear lady not at home they stay around other people house I've tryed to not prye but with this holidays I got them for now I'm considering not taking them back with what's being said a from my kids like drinking he always drunk he argues and fights with there mum and she begs me not to tke her home and am in a position where I really don't no what to do
Dave - 23-Aug-17 @ 2:40 AM
Hi, my wife & i just spilt up, my kid is 2 years old. now she thinks she can tell me when to see my child and for how long, is this fair?? i dont get to see my kid during the week as she stays with her mother and now on the weekends she wants me to see my kid for afew hours on one day only what do i do if i want my kid to sleep over every now and again?
SAD DAD - 22-Aug-17 @ 11:45 AM
Ted - Your Question:
If my ex has told me that she wants to go through mediation for our child, and I haven't seen him for a few weeks now, but because she has told me that I need to go through mediation how can she stop me can see legally do this

Our Response:
Yes, your ex can legally request you attend mediation in order to come to an agreement regarding any issues you have. If you attend mediation and an agreement is not forthcoming or your issues cannot be resolved, then it will leave the door open for you to apply to court. The court will then decide what it thinks is in the best interests of your children with regards to the amount of access you should have.
SeparatedDads - 22-Aug-17 @ 11:40 AM
If my ex has told me that she wants to go through mediation for our child, and I haven't seen him for a few weeks now, but because she has told me that I need to go through mediation how can she stop me can see legally do this
Ted - 21-Aug-17 @ 6:07 PM
Switc4 - Your Question:
Do I have the right to sat whos aloud round my child, if the guy has caused trouble in the past and present? Also if your mot aloud round you're nephew or own child can you be aloud round other's children? Need to know asap so I can take the appropriate action, the guy is no good!.

Our Response:
If you and your ex cannot agree on this matter either directly or through mediation, then you can apply for a Specific Issue Order. Much like the name suggests, these are orders sought from the family court to determine a particular matter in connection with the exercise of Parental Responsibility. These orders can cover a wide range of issues that you and your ex-partner cannot agree on, please see link here .
SeparatedDads - 21-Aug-17 @ 3:52 PM
GB - Your Question:
My ex walked out 2yrs ago with our daughter, came home 1 day and half my house had gone. Ever since shes pretty much dictated, lied and manipulated situations to her benefit. shes threatened me with court saying if she went to court I would be lucky to see my daughter once a month and also with CSA kept threatening to take me to CSA, I was paying over the top because I didnt want my daughter loose out, but at the same time paid her this weekly + travelled up during the week (45mins each way) to see my daughter and go up every weekend to pick her up and drop off. In the end I opened a case with CSA and law and behold the figure they advised me to pay was a 1/3 of what I was paying her so she shot herself in the foot and I never heard anymore about CSA! She does not want to go to court because there is alot of stuff she does not want aired < she knows I want to go to court so the threats have stopped for now, despite getting texts when daughter is due to go back to her saying shes humgover and doesnt feel safe to have her so end up having to arrange child care at last minute on a sunday this happens regularly , house is always a tip when pick up and drop off little girl, shes always out at weekends and it appears she palms off her 6yr old to different family members each weekend so she can go out. I have had enough my daughter is not a priority to her, she goes to a family run nursery get NO feedback from them , always a stress picking her up from there. The ex never involves me in anything. I have always had my daughter at the dictated time never missed a day yet she keeps tripping up and I have collected alot and diarised everything now I want 50/50 custody. and I know she will fault and I will get full custody in time. Can I write her a letter and say I want shared custody? Legally where do I stand ? I am on the BC, daughter carries my surname. I have asked to mediation twice shes refused.Asked to go conselling 4 times in the earlies stages she refused. Tried talking to her , which ends up in a massive argument and her threatening and being very unreasonable. she wont put anything in writing as she would have to stick to it and she would loose 'control'. asked her to propose a better custody arrangement which ended up in her saying she wants more time with our daughter. current dictated arrangement Sunday eve to fri afternoon with ex , fri afternoon to sunday afternoon with me. she has mon and fri off to 'spend' time with daughter but sends her nursery and goes out or slouches around. Her new proposal same as above plus a weekend a month!! I diclined that and asked her to swop roles and she refused so she is propsing something not even she will do!! Any help/guidance would help. Thanks in advance.GB

Our Response:
If mediation has failed on all levels court is the next and final option. Yes, you can apply for shared care, however, please remember the court will always only decide upon what it thinks is in the best interests of your child. So, if shared care is not feasible i.e you live too far away to commute and/or take your child to school etc, then this would not be considered practical. In order to be awarded shared care, you must have a practical working plan and one that would not too much upset the consistency of your child's day-to-day routine. Also, you would have to be considered as a hands-on dad to date. Much also depends upon the age of your daughter, if she is older her opinions will be considered. Court is your only option where a mutual agreement cannot be reached. Therefore, I can only suggest to you that if your ex refuses to attend mediation for a final time, you take the matter to court. The fact you are a consistent figure in your daughter's life will help here. You may also wish to say to your ex, once it goes to court and if a court order is put in place, she by law will have to adhere to it (as the order comes with a warning). This may make her comply to mediation. Sometimes, you have to take control of a situation in order for it to work, especially if you are being consistently messed about. But please remember there are no guarantees what a court may decide and getting as much advice as you can prior to making this move will help.
SeparatedDads - 21-Aug-17 @ 12:22 PM
Stacey - Your Question:
Can a mother move home and not tell the father her new address?

Our Response:
Yes, the mother has every right to keep the address confidential if this is what she wishes. However, if the mother and father have a child together and the mother attempts to stop the father having access to the child by moving away and not giving the address, the father can apply through court for a contact order. In this case the court will put a trace on the mother in order to bring the matter to court. If the mother still wishes the address to remain confidential, she can request the court maintains this. However, it will allow the father to request access to his child.
SeparatedDads - 21-Aug-17 @ 11:49 AM
My ex walked out 2yrs ago with our daughter, came home 1 day and half my house had gone. Ever since shes pretty much dictated, lied and manipulated situations to her benefit. shes threatened me with court saying if she went to court i would be lucky to see my daughter once a month and also with CSA kept threatening to take me to CSA, i was paying over the top because i didnt want my daughter loose out, but at the same time paid her this weekly + travelled up during the week (45mins each way) to see my daughter and go up every weekend to pick her up and drop off. In the end i opened a case with CSA and law and behold the figure they advised me to pay was a 1/3 of what i was paying her so she shot herself in the foot and i never heard anymore about CSA! She does not want to go to court because there is alot of stuff she does not wantaired < she knows i want to go to court so the threats have stopped for now, despite getting texts when daughter is due to go back to her saying shes humgover and doesnt feel safe to have her so end up having to arrange child care at last minute on a sunday this happens regularly , house is always a tip when pick up and drop off little girl, shes always out at weekends and it appears she palms off her 6yr old to different family members each weekend so she can go out... I have had enough my daughter is not a priority to her, she goes to a family run nurseryget NO feedback from them , always a stress picking her up from there. The ex never involves me in anything. I have always had my daughter at the dictated time never missed a day yet she keeps tripping up and i have collected alot and diarised everything now i want 50/50 custody... and i know she will fault and i will get full custody in time... Can i write her a letter and say i want shared custody? Legally where do i stand ? i am on the BC, daughter carries my surname. I have asked to mediation twice shes refused. Asked to go conselling 4 times in the earlies stages she refused. Tried talking to her , which ends up in a massive argument and her threatening and being very unreasonable. she wont put anything in writing as she would have to stick to it and she would loose 'control' . asked her to propose a better custody arrangement which ended up in her saying she wants more time with our daughter. current dictated arrangement Sunday eve to fri afternoon with ex , fri afternoon to sunday afternoon with me... she has mon and fri off to 'spend' time with daughter but sends her nursery and goes out or slouches around. Her new proposal same as above plus a weekend a month!! i diclined that and asked her to swop roles and she refused so she is propsing something not even she will do!! Any help/guidance would help. Thanks in advance.. GB
GB - 19-Aug-17 @ 10:37 PM
Can a mother move home and not tell the father her new address?
Stacey - 19-Aug-17 @ 10:00 PM
Do I have the right to sat whos aloud round my child, if the guy has caused trouble in the past and present? Also if your mot aloud round you're nephew or own child can you be aloud round other's children? Need to know asap so I can take the appropriate action, the guy is no good!.
Switc4 - 18-Aug-17 @ 6:53 AM
Mickq11 - Your Question:
My ex took my daughter 5 years ago and vanished she had a order but its finished I never broke it because it was lies and she just disappeard I reacently seen a picture of my.princess shes so big vut I dont no what to.do can some1 plz help me out feel free to comment Much appreciated

Our Response:
You would have to apply back to court for access. If you do not know where she lives, you can apply for a C4 form along with the C100 contact order. The C4 form is an application for an order for disclosure of a child’s whereabouts. This will allow the courts to put a trace on the adress your daughter is living at in order for you to bring the matter to court.
SeparatedDads - 10-Aug-17 @ 3:35 PM
James - Your Question:
My son's mother dropped my son off at her mother's house for over a month. The grandmother tells me she's going to try to get custody and that us parents need to do more. So I got my son from the grand mother and applied for child care I was almost approved so I told the grandmother thank you for all of her help raising my son and that I would not be returning him. Later on that night all of the sudden my son's grandmother can get ahold of her daughter she sends my son's mother and my son's aunt to my home to try and obtain our son. At which point she unlawfully forced entry into my home assaulted me the police showed up and threatened to take me to prison for kidnapping if I did not give up my son. There is no parenting plan and neither one of us have a legal custody signed by a judge. She told the police she has custody but could not provide any paperwork. At which point I told the police that I was well within my legal rights to keep my son because there is no custody plan no parenting plan and my son's mother does not reside in the same household as my son. The police did not listen and continue to threaten me with prison felony kidnapping of my own son if I did not return him so I returned him now they are refusing to answer my phone calls and will not let me see my son I am on the birth certificate but there is no blood test been done. What do I do? I was told because I'm on the birth certificate that I have fatherly rights but my son's mother and her family will not let me have any say-so in regards to my son my son's grandmother gets to decide more than I do what is best for my son. I pay child support So legally they should not be able to keep him from me.

Our Response:
It sounds as though you may be from the USA. In which case, unfortunately, we can't advise as we have knowledge of only UK family law. You would have to seek legal advice from your home country.
SeparatedDads - 10-Aug-17 @ 2:52 PM
My ex took my daughter 5 years ago and vanished she had a order but its finished I never broke it because it was lies and she just disappeard I reacently seen a picture of my.princess shes so big vut I dont no what to.do can some1 plz help me out feel free to comment Much appreciated
Mickq11 - 10-Aug-17 @ 1:13 PM
My son's mother dropped my son off at her mother's house for over a month. The grandmother tells me she's going to try to get custody and that us parents need to do more. So I got my son from the grand mother and applied for child care I was almost approved so I told the grandmother thank you for all of her help raising my son and that I would not be returning him. Later on that night all of the sudden my son's grandmother can get ahold of her daughter she sends my son's mother and my son's aunt to my home to try and obtain our son. At which point she unlawfully forced entry into my home assaulted me the police showed up and threatened to take me to prison for kidnapping if I did not give up my son. There is no parenting plan and neither one of us have a legal custody signed by a judge. She told the police she has custody but could not provide any paperwork. At which point I told the police that I was well within my legal rights to keep my son because there is no custody plan no parenting plan and my son's mother does not reside in the same household as my son. The police did not listen and continue to threaten me with prison felony kidnapping of my own son if I did not return him so I returned him now they are refusing to answer my phone calls and will not let me see my son I am on the birth certificate but there is no blood test been done. What do I do? I was told because I'm on the birth certificate that I have fatherly rights but my son's mother and her family will not let me have any say-so in regards to my son my son's grandmother gets to decide more than I do what is best for my son. I pay child support So legally they should not be able to keep him from me.
James - 10-Aug-17 @ 3:09 AM
I went to my exes house to go and see if my daughter was ok, because my ex did not return my calls or texts for over 3 weeks. I went to the house the other day and the house is completely empty. I panicked due to not knowing where my daughter was. So i drove to my exes mother's home to see her and luckily my daughter was there without my ex. I was told by her mother that she does not want me to know where she is and that because I'm with a new partner she does not want me to be in contact with her or see my daughter ever again, when i have done nothing wrong. She called me in the early hours of the morning shouting at me saying that i had no right to go to her mother's or she will get the police involved and she doesn't want me to see my daughter at all and threatened my saying 'wait till my duaghter turns 16, she will take every single penny off you!' I have been there for my daughter ever since she was born and paid child maintencance, bought her presents as well. Done everything a dad would do. Now my ex tells me that she's living in a shared home with other mother's which i believe it's an institute and will not tell me where. I'm really worried for my daughter because my ex also done an injunction on me 3 years ago and my daughter has special needs and she needs me to be in her life. I don't know what to do anymore. I just really want to see my daughter on a regular basis and be there for her as well watch her grow and overcome and succeed in life.
Bones - 9-Aug-17 @ 10:33 PM
K-Dawg - Your Question:
My ex partner has moved away and left 2 children with me. We were not married but I am on birth certificate now shes saying it wasnt permanent n wants them back in the future. What should I do to avoid conflict but to keep my children with me they are 2 years old.

Our Response:
By the fact your ex has moved away and left your children with you means you are officially the primary carer. Your ex has no right to return and think she naturally has a right to reclaim the children. Both parents with parental responsibility are seen as being equal in the eyes of the law. If you do not wish the children to leave your care, then you can refuse and your ex would have the recourse to apply to court. In your favour, the court favours consistency and stability and if you have had the children for a good period of time and can show they are happily settled then it is highly unlikely the court would rule to remove the children from your care. Alternatively, if you fear your ex may come and take the children without your consent, you may wish to seek advice about applying for a child arrangement order which will determine where and with whom your children should live, please see link here. I hope this helps.
SeparatedDads - 7-Aug-17 @ 1:52 PM
My ex partner has moved away and left 2 children with me . We were not married but i am on birth certificatenow shes saying it wasnt permanent n wants them back in the future . What should i do to avoid conflict but to keep my children with me they are 2 years old.
K-Dawg - 5-Aug-17 @ 12:05 PM
me - Your Question:
Hello, If a mother has 3 children with 3 different fathers can she only claim CSA off one of the fathers for his child and not the other two? Or will the other two fathers be contacted regarding paying also?

Our Response:
The mother can claim for each of the three children from the three respective fathers. This means she can only claim from the biological father of the child.
SeparatedDads - 1-Aug-17 @ 1:44 PM
Hello, If a mother has 3 children with 3 different fathers can she only claim CSA off one of the fathers for his child and not the other two? Or will the other two fathers be contacted regarding paying also?
me - 31-Jul-17 @ 7:42 PM
Phoenix - Your Question:
I am currently divorcing my ex wife our separation agreement states I have our children every other weekend. My ex wife has on multiple occasions changed plans at the last minute or has simply not informed me of her plans resulting in me having to cancel my own plans to accommodate. I've tried to put measures in place to manage this recently using a coparenting app without any luck. She has informed me that she is taking the boys to see her partner and I will not be able to have the boys during my next weekend with them. She does not work and boys are on summer hols she has given no explanation as to why this needs to be over my weekend. What can I do to make her realise she can't dictate when I have access and needs my agreement to take the boys away during my time with them.

Our Response:
Your only recourse here is to seek mediation, please see link here and/or if your ex refuses to attend, or she still reneges upon arrangements post-mediation agrement, then you would have to take the matter to court. Another option is to ask a solicitor to write a letter outlining your intentions 'if' she continues to break access arrangements. This may do the trick.
SeparatedDads - 31-Jul-17 @ 10:39 AM
May - Your Question:
Hello, my ex and I split last august, we did agree on when he sees our daughter and was happy, however since he met a nee partner in november he has changed his days and nights continuously. The recent one was at the start of june to every other weekend and said we would try it. Well it isnt working. Our daughter gets unsettled after she sees him and doesnt know when shes next going to see him so I lve told him we need to change back to before (every friday, every other saturday) he has said its how it is or nothing and its my choice. If I say nothing at all isit me whos in the wrong or does he just not want his daughter? Or is he making me be the 'bad parent' and stopping him from seeing her?

Our Response:
In cases such as this where parents cannot agree, then you may wish to try mediation, please see link here.
SeparatedDads - 28-Jul-17 @ 12:46 PM
I am currently divorcing my ex wife our separation agreement states I have our children every other weekend. My ex wife has on multiple occasions changed plans at the last minute or has simply not informed me of her plans resulting in me having to cancel my own plans to accommodate. I've tried to put measures in place to manage this recently using a coparenting app without any luck. She has informed me that she is taking the boys to see her partner and I will not be able to have the boys during my next weekend with them.She does not work and boys are on summer hols she has given no explanation as to why this needs to be over my weekend. What can I do to make her realise she can't dictate when I have access and needs my agreement to take the boys away during my time with them.
Phoenix - 28-Jul-17 @ 10:19 AM
Hello, my ex and i split last august, we did agree on when he sees our daughter and was happy, however since he met a nee partner in november he has changed his days and nights continuously. The recent one was at the start of june to every other weekend and said we would try it. Well it isnt working. Our daughter gets unsettled after she sees him and doesnt know when shes next going to see him so i lve told him we need to change back to before (every friday, every other saturday) he has said its how it is or nothing and its my choice. If i say nothing at all isit me whos in the wrong or does he just not want his daughter? Or is he making me be the 'bad parent' and stopping him from seeing her?
May - 27-Jul-17 @ 8:00 AM
Justine - Your Question:
Hi I see my sons for 3 weeks on the trot I get jsa does the mum have to help me supply food as I don't get money for them

Our Response:
The other parent does not have to supply food for your child, unless she agrees to.
SeparatedDads - 24-Jul-17 @ 4:00 PM
Hi I see my sons for 3 weeks on the trot I get jsa does the mum have to help me supply food as I don't get money for them
Justine - 23-Jul-17 @ 3:33 PM
Mustard - Your Question:
Hi I have been split from my ex for about a year now and we both have made new relationships with other people. We came to an agreement on when I can have my son on certain days and nights. And there has been a few times she has come to mine on the day we agreed for me to have him and took him away from me. I am a loving good father and love my son so much and now it's got that bad that she came into my new girlfriends house late at night on my night with him and took him away from me with her new boyfriend by her side for no reason what so ever any advice on what I can do cos there's just no reasoning with her and she is trying to take him away from me and stop letting me see him

Our Response:
Your only recourse is to suggest mediation in times where neither parent can agree, please see link here . Rational discussion and communication is the best way to resolve issues, mediation is the second port of call with court as the last resort. You don't say why these issues have degenerated and what you think her reasoning is. Please also see link here. If both you and your ex can get on and try to resolve issues for what is in the best interests of your child, it can make any situation a lot easier.
SeparatedDads - 21-Jul-17 @ 10:19 AM
Hi I have been split from my ex for about a year now and we both have made new relationships with other people. We came to an agreement on when I can have my son on certain days and nights. And there has been a few times she has come to mine on the day we agreed for me to have him and took him away from me. I am a loving good father and love my son so much and now it's got that bad that she came into my new girlfriends house late at night on my night with him and took him away from me with her new boyfriend by her side for no reason what so ever any advice on what I can do cos there's just no reasoning with her and she is trying to take him away from me and stop letting me see him
Mustard - 20-Jul-17 @ 11:09 AM
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