I have a child and his mother and I were never married. He’s 8 and we’ve shared custody for 6 of those years.
Matthew’s answer : The answer is probably “yes” it is required. In order to get a parenting plan approved in your situation, normally you or her need to file a Petition to Determine Paternity and Related Relief. The related relief is parenting responsibility, time sharing, child support, reimbursement for child-related expenses, etc. In order to figure out child support and reimbursement for child-related expenses, you both are required to file a Family Law Financial Affidavit. It has to bed on e within 45 days of you being served. Also, you are both required to file certificates of compliance with Mandatory Disclosure unless you both agree to waive it by filing a Stipulation for Waiver of Mandatory Disclosure. Goodluck!
What am I obligated to tell husband about with regards to my medical care if I am pregnant and I want a divorce?
Matthew’s answer: Legally, I don’t think you are required to notity him of anything at this point. Just like you are not allowed into the doctor’s office examining room for his personal confidential doctor-patient privileged appointments, he is not allowed to force his way into the examining room for your personal confidential doctor-patient privileged appointments. Good luck!