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My first blog ever!!!!!!

Saturday, February 16, 2019

So this is my first blog ever and I'm kinda nervous. I have no idea what to talk about. I have so much to say with all my ups and downs but to shy to say it, and I would like to talk to some one but who? So I figured I would start here. I am a single mom with a great support system. I love my kids and live to see them smile. My son who is not biologically mine but his mother walked out his life like she did mine. He has a slight case of autism, but he is so smart and happy. He can be a little emotional at time but I wouldn't trade him for the world. I worry that because I'm not his biological mother that someday he would be snatched up away from me and I would be helpless. I've been told so many times get her for child abandonment. But that scares me too. What if they still take him cuz I'm a single mother, not living on her own working a minimum wage job. I thank God everyday for him and his sisters and his it will not only kill him to be taken from the only place hes called home since he was two, but it will kill his sisters to lose there brother. My life would be turned upside down. Should I just continue to do what I'm doing or should I go and file for abandonment?
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    538 days ago
  • RHOOK20047
    I would consult a family lawyer and get their imput. It would give you more peace of mind to get him legally.
    543 days ago
  • READY201811
    I never worked with the legal system until lately. Even in doing that major mistakes were made. I would document everything you can with as much detail. If he has an iepc through school and you signed it, dr visits and you are the consenting adult, if he is on your medical insurance. I would start with any and all proof you have and the years you have covered him. A letter From the church of taking him every Sunday. Etc Then get 3 opinions and not just the first from a legal aide professional
    543 days ago
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