My son’s wife got pregnant by a registered sex offender, which delayed their divorce. He pays child support for this child. What now?


‘The baby was born prematurely in hospital, and now the attorney says that my son has to wait for his wife to recuperate’


By Quentin Fottrell

Dear Quentin,


My son is going through a divorce after 18 years of marriage, and he has a five-year-old son. His wife never held a steady job before or after their baby was born, and she did nothing around the house — except sleep all day. Now she wants a divorce, but she has no money so she wants my son to move out of their family home, and she wants to have full custody of their son.

Their divorce proceedings have rumbled on for a year so far, and my son’s attorney sat on the case all that time. Making matters worse, his wife became pregnant by a married sex offender. Their attorneys stopped the proceedings and said that under Texas law my son will have to wait until the baby is born to get a DNA test to prove that he is not the father.

The baby was born prematurely in hospital, and now their attorneys say that my son has to wait for his wife to recuperate, even though they said that she is responsible for the cost of the DNA test. My son has been paying child support. What’s more, his wife and son, and her new baby, are all on his medical insurance. Why is it that my son has to wait all this time? What can my son do?

‘Devoted Mother & Reluctant Mother-in-law’


[You can find Quentin’s reply in the link Below.] 👇

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