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By  EBrogen  |  12

I'll tell you the same thing I'd tell a man. If you provide assistance, financial or parenting and the kid sees you as a parent, you'll be financially liable for child support if you 2 separate. Just because the kid needs another parent, doesn't obligate you to help care for his mistake.

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By  EBrogen  |  12

I'll tell you the same thing I'd tell a man. If you provide assistance, financial or parenting and the kid sees you as a parent, you'll be financially liable for child support if you 2 separate. Just because the kid needs another parent, doesn't obligate you to help care for his mistake.

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  ChipBoundary  |  9

As someone that pays child support and has studied it for 14 years, I know more about it than a child than almost any child support lawyer. Unless they signed the birth certificate that it was their kid (even if it wasn't), or they went around saying it was their child (even if it wasn't), then under no circumstances would they be financially liable.

By  Plop  |  14

Ok, since nobody's told you the obvious yet: RUN. FAST. And FAR. And never look back. It sucks ass for the kid, but you don't have to stay with his dickbag male genitor (I doubt he's much of a father) for his sake.