Not even sure if the child is mine – what should I do?

April 24, 2011

I met the mother of what seems to be my son at Match.com in June 2010 after a painful devorce from my wife in 2009.

She is a Lithuanian, from birth but was married to an English man, so has permanent UK residency. All seemed well at first, until I found out that she was still married to her husband, and had been trying for a child for the last ten years, with multiple failed IVF treatments, this and other concerns made me end the relationship in the end of July 2010.

By mid June 2011 I received a txt photo of a baby, I called her to find out that she gave birth to a baby boy on the 14th of April,” two months later!!!!”. She had given him her ex husband’s surname, on the birth certificate.

I visited her and was told that he was mine, I help out by giving her over £200 per month, during my only allowed monthly visit. I was made redundant in September 2010 and found a new job two months later, but had to take a huge pay cut, being left with under 200 pounds to feed my self and pay for fuel ect.

I gave her what I could afford, which was £100, leaving me 25 pounds a week to live off, she then involved the Csa. I’m not even sure if he is mine, and have no money to have a dna test done, it seems to me that I have three choices 1/ Suicide 2/The dole 3/ Emigrate

Comments

  • martin dell says:

    1 get dna test done
    2 inform the tossers at the csa the you want a dna test done before any money is stolen PUT THIS IN WRITEING AND SEND IT THOUGHT YOUR MP
    RECORD ALL COVERSTIONS
    DEMAND IT ALL DONE IN WRITING
    SEND ALL INFORMATION RECORDED DERLIVERY

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