Yes. He is just trying to figure out what rights he has without jeopardizing his custody rights. He doesn't want to come off to the courts that he is an uncaring Father,...he's .just the opposite. But he does not feel that the Mother of his child and her Mother have "squatters rights" either. They have completely taken over his home. He wants to be fully involved in his childs life...but not live under the same roof with the Mother of his child. They are not children..both are in the 40's.
No...they are not married. He has tried to discuss the situation with her "calmly", but, it escalates quickly to him "throwing them out of the house" discussion. He would absolutely hate to have an eviction notice served...she could use it against him with their daughter at a later time in her life. His suggestion is for her and her Mother to find a home together as evidently they can't be separated, but, he needs cooperation.
Thank you. I understand this is a very difficult situation. He will need to discuss the alternatives with her if she refuses to vacate...along with her Mother. Thank you. I will pass this info onto my son.
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