Dear Ms. Schiessl, Thank you very much for your advice.
I have to say that this simply does not make any sense to me according to human rights.
Through her actions without my knowledge - actually proactively lying and hiding about not taking the pill and not having a professional pregnancy test - we are in this situation and since - she - decides to not get an abortion - which is her decision - there are going to be the consequences.
Furthermore I talked to my lawyer in Canada. She said that this has been obviously planned through by her. It would be common in many cases, where the mother is not a German citizen and is in a financially hard situation, decides and plans to born a child in a country to simply get full legal support in the foreign country - even within the EU. My lawyer emphasized that this is not human to me nor the child and this would be fraud.
In addition she highly adviced me to get a lawyer here in Germany, sense she does not know the details on German family law. If I decide for an attorney, I am not in a situation to pay for the process as a student. Do I have any way to get supported on this?
How is it possible that I would have to pay for her alimony? We have not been married, not lived together, we haven't even been in a relationship - which she knows and admits.
I will be finished with my Bachelor by the end of next month. Do I have the right to start studying Masters under the cir cum stances?
Doesn't it make any difference, that I am a Canadian citizen and will go back to Canada after my studies?
Thanks a lot again.