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Weanceencable : This is a really, really long story so I'll try to spare you the details, but its a really long complicated story. I am 30 weeks pregnant with my first child. I am 18, the father is 15. I was under 18 when the child was conceived, therefore not illegal. It may be immoral to some, but it isn't against the law. A week or so ago my boyfriend's mother and I finally had it out (verbally) which has been needing to happen for a long time. I am pretty quiet and calm and I let her walk all over me for a long time but I just had enough of it. Ever since then she is threatening to fight for custody of my daughter, claiming I am an unfit parent because I don't have a job and I have an anxiety disorder. I go to therapy to manage my anxiety so I can get a job to support my baby. We have everything she needs and we plan on cloth diapering and breastfeeding so was have all the furniture and items and such that we need to care for her. Both I and her son are unemployed, him because he is 15 and he is having a hard time finding a job, and I have anxiety that is being worked on and controlled through therapy instead of medication (I don't want meds while being pregnant or breastfeeding especially). I live with my mother and step-father and my boyfriend lives with his mother and her boyfriend. I do not want my daughter being around my boyfriend's mother or her boyfriend as I lived with them for a short while and they are both very physically and mentally abusive to those around them. They both also have a criminal record, while everyone in my household does not. My boyfriend is 100% behind giving me full custody of our daughter and paying child support to keep her safe from his family and to help support her. But can his mother, because he is a minor, get custody of my daughter? Everyone I've talked to about this so far claim she has no legal standing, but I am still worried and defensive about my daughter possibly being taken from me. I live in Indiana if that helps anyone. I am calling an attorney tomorrow but I am just so worried about this and I need some peace of mind. I can't even sleep I am so worried and worked up over this. My boyfriend's mother told my boyfriend that she'd burn my house down if I got custody of my daughter and kill my dogs if he had to pay child support. I don't know if I can even call the police over that cuz she never said it to me, she told her son those things. I am just very nervous and worried about this whole thing and am majorly stressed out.

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JanoNease : Not unless you don't take care of it and you don't sign anything. Don't let the woman into your house. Make sure your boyfriend is willing to get a job and take care of it. Don't give his mom any reasons to take it away your an adult and its your kid not hers do what you want.
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IrredsPruri : She cannot, under any circumstances, whatsoever, take your child from you. First of all, you are an adult, over 18. You are exactly equal to her in the eyes of the law. Secondly, you are the mother/parent (mothers have no more rights than fathers). Only the father is equal to you in the eyes of the law because you both made this child. Thirdly, as a grandparent, she has no rights to this child, whatsoever. The two of you never have to let her see this child, ever. Fourthly, if you are an unfit parent, then Child Protective Services will take custody, schedule a court date, everyone will testify, and the court will decide where the child will live, not her.

Don't let her bully you. She doesn't have a leg to stand on other than statutory rape, if that applies. She cannot, under any circumstance, take ur baby away. Let her file whatever she wants and just show up.
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Audinkunwindy : Potentially yes.

If you don't have a job, I wonder how you are going to afford a lawyer.

And quit getting legal advice from people who are not lawyers. She could attempt to argue she has legal standing. It is called Third Party Custody. Or Third Party Guardianship. It has nothing to do with her son being a minor. Grandmothers sue for custody every day.

By having a sexual relationship with a 15 year old and getting pregnant with that 15 year old, you have showed an appalling lack of good judgment. By getting knocked up by a guy who comes from an abusive and criminal background, you have set yourself and your daughter up for an absolutely miserable 18 years. You have also described a mental health disorder that doesn't seem to be particularly well controlled.

Does this mean you aren't a fit parent? Not necessarily. But it certainly doesn't mean you are in the running for mother of the year. Your gossipy boyfriend should quit telling you what his mother may or may not be saying to you. The chances of you having a happy ever after with this guy is somewhere between slim and none (teen pregnancies virtually always end up with the guy moving on - I don't care what this 15 year old boy is claiming right now, the chances of him being with you a year from now is very remote). You are likely going to end up fighting over custody, visitation and child support for the better part of the next two decades.
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Sepecoagree : She can try through the courts, but she would have to prove why you are not fit to take care of the child and why she is fit to take care of the child.

As far as the threats, you can contact the authorities and see if your boyfriend is willing to stand by his claims of what she said. If so, then you might be able to have some legal remedy or at least documentation that she is not fit to raise a child, which would help you if she does try to get custody of the baby.

However, courts are sympathetic to the mother of the child. Unless you are on drugs, constantly getting arrested, neglecting or abusing the child, the courts generally allow custody to remain with the mother.

If sounds like your baby daddy's mom is talking out her wazoo and just trying to intimidate you into not pursuing child support for the baby. Although the way it sounds, your boyfriend maybe making up the stories about his mother saying those things, making her out to be the bad guy. It is likely he is saying those things or thinking them in an attempt to keep you from seeking support payments, but doesn't want to put you on guard so is blaming his mother. Sounds like the intimidation no matter who it is coming from is working.
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EffodoGob : My aunt is living in Indonesia right now and she wants to visit me in the US.
Does she need a visa to get to the US and how long can she stay??

Also she's very unfamiliar with english so she was wondering if she could get one of the airport guides that stays with you and helps you get to your final destination and stuff. How much does that usually cost and is she eligible?

Thanks so much for your help!
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SessNeiny : Hey everyone. I leave for Japan (Specifically Akihabara) in a week, and I have a few questions.

First, which would be the better means of transportation between Narita Airport and Akihabara: the Keisei Skyliner, or the N'EX Train? If I chose the Skyliner, I would have to get off at Ueno Station, but if I went with the N'EX, I would have to get off at Tokyo Station (Travelling via Train/Subway to Akihabara from either location would be very hard, since I would be arriving right in the middle of rush hour). Both are 30-minute walks to my hotel in Akihabara, but I don't know which one is necessarily better.

Then, what is the best way to get to Yokohama (Specifically Landmark Tower) from Akihabara? My maps tell me that I would take the JR Keihin Tohoku Line all the way down straight from Akihabara, but I am curious to know if there are any other ways to get there.

Finally, a rather long question about ticketing and/or the Suica Card:

For one of the trips I want to take in Tokyo (Ikebukuro to Nakano (I wish to take the train, since I think I'll be hopelessly lost with the buses)), my map says I should hop aboard the JR Yamanote Line, get off at Shinjuku, get on the JR Chuo Line, and then get off at Nakano Station. My question is this: Would I pay initially for the entire trip (I pay at Ikebukuro Station as if I was heading directly to Nakano Station), or would I pay separate times for the trips (I first pay for the trip to Ikebukuro to Shinjuku, and then I pay for the trip from Shinjuku to Nakano)? From my understanding, I don't pay separately, but I'm not entirely sure. And please don't suggest for me to take the buses, since I've ridden on only one City Bus in my entire life, and that was scary enough.

This will be my first time going to Japan (Hoping to get a scholarship for College!), and these are my last remaining questions. Thank you so much for reading!
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quegoglenossy : >First, which would be the better means of transportation between Narita Airport and Akihabara: the Keisei Skyliner, or the N'EX Train?

You can go to Akihabara by taking JR Yamanote line either from Ueno or Tokyo. BTW, you have to walk for 5 minutes or so if you want to change from Keisei to JR line at Ueno station. So most people change from Keisei to JR at Nippori station which is just 1 station away from Ueno. You can change more easily at Nippori station.

And you can go to Akihabara easily from Nippori station.

So it does not matter much which one of Skyliner or Narita Express you take.

>Then, what is the best way to get to Yokohama (Specifically Landmark Tower) from Akihabara?

You can go from Akihabara to Sakuragicho station which is near LT, without changing a train. This is the only route you can go without changing a train. So this is the best.

>My question is this: Would I pay initially for the entire trip (I pay at Ikebukuro Station as if I was heading directly to Nakano Station), or would I pay separate times for the trips (I first pay for the trip to Ikebukuro to Shinjuku, and then I pay for the trip from Shinjuku to Nakano)?

You pay only one time because you can go from Ikebukuro to Nakano only by JR train. You have to pay separately when you take trains of more than 1 company, like JR and Keio line.
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RoorINuhbor : okay i am connected to VATSIM and everytime i tune a controller they tell me that im not in their airspace and i need to tune the controller for that specific airport. how do i tell which contoller is for which airport and how do i tell which airport is this controller for in the squaukbox?????
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Weennybuffvob : You are not only in the wrong airspace you are in the wrong category. Remind me never to fly with you as a pilot.
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