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Old 05-07-2016, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default parents or sister of the mother can have the childs custody in ph

I just want consult for your opinion regarding my sisters situation. She has a son that is in the fathers custody. Her son is an illegitimate child. And ever since the father has not even handed a single penny to her for their child. Now, my sister works in singapore and the guys family took the child and took care of him this under the fact that the father has a new family now living with them with a child of course. Now my sister asked my parents to go and fetch the child since the guy has obviously building his new family and that my sister is concerned with her child psychologically. Now this was what happened. They wouldnt give my nephew to my parents because the father claimed his rights (this is the context that in my nephews birth certificate he is unknown). They even call the attention of dswd on that place and involved the police but they said that they cannot take the child unless the mother will. My sister cannot come home since shes working outside the country. The efforts of my parents and the stress of travelling to another island has gone to waste. Is there any alternative for my sisters problem? Thank you and more power!
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Old 05-08-2016, 12:22 AM   #2
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Default Re: parents or sister of the mother can have the childs custody in ph

Why would dad pay her when he's the one raising the child?

Mom will have to find time in her busy schedule to appear in person. Which begs the question, if she can't even show up to get her kid, who will raise it?
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apparently based on the facts you presented, mom should be paying for support and she is a craptastic parent occupied with other endeavors rather tan capable of raising her own child. Further, status quo is in dads favor.
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