Dating my daughter form

What if you and your wife become ill or unable to care for a child?Could you have a trust set up, or find additional co-parents who could assist your daughter, if need be?It seems sad to write him off, but I’m not sure what else to do.You don’t live near him, and you didn’t have a pre-existing friendship with him.I’d rather have it all out before the baby is born.I can understand your husband’s reluctance to make waves.Dear Prudence, An old high school acquaintance recently reached out to me after a volatile breakup with his girlfriend.I have been a sympathetic outlet for him, mostly through text messages.

To be honest, I am worried that he might snap in a violent way. I don’t know anyone else in his life, and live several states away.I know time is of the essence, but there are multiple conversations you need to have before you can move ahead either with securing an abortion or with preparing your family for another child.You sound like a deeply caring parent, and I wish you all the best in navigating this incredibly complex situation.The first question is a legal one: Even assuming you have medical conservatorship over your adult daughter (guardianship laws vary from state to state), from your description it does not sound to me as if she is clearly giving her consent to an abortion.Even if you did have guardianship, you would almost certainly need a court order before you were authorized by an abortion provider to give informed consent on her behalf.

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