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I am sorry to hear the lease is in her name, as this means she can force you to leave the residence. However, if you have receipts for all of the furniture you have a right to take that property. What you need to do, before she gets her hands on those receipts and destroys them is take them and make copies and put the originals someplace away from the house where they will be safe.
You then need to make arrangements so you can take the property out all in one day, preferably when she is away, but if she is not away you need to call the police and show them the receipts and they will assist you in removing the property in many cases. If they refuse to assist you, then I am afraid your next step is that you need to file a civil suit in court for "replevin" which is the return of your property.
2) I am afraid that if your name was on the birth certificate or if she can prove you agreed to the insemination with her, then you can be held liable for child support. However, this is a fairly new area of the law as well and if you are not on the birth certificate and never signed an agreement that the child would be treated as your child, then it would be possible to get out from under any support obligation. But I am afraid if you recognized the child and signed the birth certificate, you will be legally liable for child support until the child turns 18 at the very least.
3) I am sorry to say that even though you are on disability, if she sues you for child support, you are liable for paying support. If you are on SSDI, the law does provide that she can receive dependent's benefits from SSDI for the child and the amount the child receives would reduce any child support obligation that you have. However, no matter what, you are liable for paying support for the child until he child turns at least 18 and graduates high school.
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