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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabella View Post
    If he still has parental responsibility he will need to approve bubs passport application. The only other way is by court order. Without a passport bub can't travel. If you are not in contact, then you will have to go to court. His family could also have enforceable rights if they have a relationship with the child that could prevent you from leaving the country. Time for some good legal advise. Good luck.
    To the part about his family have any rights I've all ready looked into it with my lawyer and they have no rights at all the only time they have the rights is if I only in share custody with him

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    Good :-)
    Keep up with the legal advise. I hope you get to your dream job.

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    Default thanks to all you ladies

    A big thank you to all you lovely ladies.

    You have giving me some advice to help me out to sort all this cr*p.

    I hope you all have a lovely weekend

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    I would get a second opinion on that legal advice. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsaffy View Post
    Nope the last time I had contact with him was back in October 2013 when he rang over me in his car why I had my daughter in my arms the police haven't found him yet to charge him no one knows where he is only his mother and she won't tell anyone where he is
    Golly, due to this surely you can get a restraining order out against him for both you and your daughter.

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    How are you going with this op?

    Me 26, DP 33, DD 11/11/2012 💕


 

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