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What Are The Legal Rights of a Father?

By: Jack Claridge - Updated: 28 May 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
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As a general rule the mother will always have what is referred to as ‘parental responsibility’ for her children regardless of the father’s presence or absence. This is something that many think needs to be addressed by the government and legal institutions of the United Kingdom.

What are My Rights as a Father?

You have rights as the father of your child if:
  • If the child was born on or after December 1st 2003 and you are named on the Birth Certificate as the child’s birth father
  • If a Parental Responsibility Agreement is signed
  • If the birth certificate for the child held no father’s name but was later renewed to show yours
  • If a Magistrate or Justice of the Peace (JP) at the Family Court has granted you parental responsibility or an Order Of Residency

I Want to Enter Into a Parental Responsibility Agreement (PR) – Is This A Good Idea?

If you want to have a say in your child’s upbringing, then yes, it is a good idea. It is unfortunate that sometimes relations between both parents become so strained that the children will become the unfortunate tools that parents use to hurt each other.

If both parents can enter into such a PR agreement, it should ensure that both parties have a say in how their child are brought up. This does not necessarily cover the day-to-day living arrangements but it certainly includes larger concerns, such as what school their child should go to, the medical treatment they receive, what religion they should be taught, etc.

In some cases, the parents’ split is an amicable one and there will be no need for such an agreement. But often it is a necessity if a relationship has turned sour and neither party can agree without the intervention of the courts.

Financial Responsibilities

You have a financial obligation to help provide for your child’s upkeep. If a relationship breaks down, you have to expect that you will be required by law to pay something towards caring for your child and providing them with what they need.

This can be done by mutual consent between both parents – and if this is agreed upon it is important to have something written down so that all parties know exactly where they stand. If no agreement is made, or if you simply prefer it, Child Maintenance can be handled through the Child Support Agency.

The Child Support Agency requires that you pay 15% of your net income towards your child’s care and this increases to 20% cent for two children, 25% for three children and so on.

Visiting My Child

If you are named on the birth certificate as the father of the child, you have a legal right to see your children. This is sometimes tested to the limit if parents split under less than agreeable circumstances, and it can ultimately mean the involvement of the courts and family services to help mediate towards agreeable visiting rights for the father.

If you are in any of the above situations and feel you need advice, it is wise to contact the Citizens Advice Bureau or your local family services court for more information and support. It should be noted, however, that it is best – where possible – to try to resolve any issues between both parents with resorting to courts and solicitors as this can be as traumatic for the child as it can be for the parents. Read up about parental responsibility.

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My ex partner (we were never married)and I had a child before December 2003.. We split when she was young and my ex brought her up with her new partner! When my daughter turned 15 she started to cause her mom loads of issues so she dropped her at my door where I live with my current wife and 2 young kids..I obviously welcomed her into to our family home and tried to make her feel part of family, but in the last 18months I've had no end of issues with her taking drugs and stealing and constantly bringing police to our door,we've found drugs(tablets) on bedroom floor and she shares a bedroom with one of my other younger daughters, my wife says this is not acceptable and she no longer wants her in the house and around the other kids. Social services have said although she 17 we cannot kick her out or if we do they will open an investigation on our other kids saying that our parenting skills are in question!! My question is this:- can social services use this blackmail tactic on me even though by law I don't have parental responsibility since we weren't married? In my wife's eyes we have Parental responsibility to protect the younger kids from everything that is going off. My 17yr olds mom is refusing to take her back but surly under PR she can't just walk away and wash her hands of her after bringing her up all these years.
JJ - 28-May-17 @ 9:47 PM
Jgf- Your Question:
My ex husband has now got an attachment to earnings order through the cms he is now telling me he only has the children overnight (he's done it for 2 months) because I asked him to and he is helping me out. We have been split for over 4 years the first two he hardly saw the children then the last 2 he had them on a Sunday afternoon. He's now telling me I have to provide the children with spending money while he has them and give him money to cover my sons lunch box food. I haven't had any payment as yet through the AOE as yet Do I have to give him money while the children are in his care?

Our Response:
No you don't.Just because he is paying maintenance does not mean he doesn't have to provide for the children when he has them.
LawAndParents - 22-May-17 @ 2:42 PM
My ex husband has now got an attachment to earnings order through the cms he is now telling me he only has the children overnight (he's done it for 2 months) because I asked him to and he is helping me out. We have been split for over 4 years the first two he hardly saw the children then the last 2 he had them on a Sunday afternoon. He's now telling me I have to provide the children with spending money while he has them and give him money to cover my sons lunch box food. I haven't had any payment as yet through the AOE as yet Do I have to give him money while the children are in his care?
Jgf - 21-May-17 @ 1:47 PM
Kas- Your Question:
My ex partner and second babies father broke up when my baby was 4 weeks old. He pays no child maintenance nor provides and nappies or clothing etc. I have offered him reasonable hours for contact in a public place as he is rude and has been threatening to me in front of our baby. However he refuses this contact saying it's jot good enough. My ex drinks too much. He is now requesting 3.5days a week (including overnight stays) with our four month old baby. I feel this is far too young for a baby to be separated from his mother considering my ex has had such little contact with our baby since the separation, plus our baby is just far too young. He doesn't know his needs, hasn't attended vaccinations with me despite being invited. I am exclusively breastfeeding and am devastated at the thought of having to stop. My ex is on the birth certificate. What are my legal rights as a mum, to say no overnight stays. And no contact without me so I am able to continue. To breastfeed.? Does my ex have rights for overnight stays while our baby is so young? I'm stressing.

Our Response:
Most courts would refuse overnight stays for a baby as young as yours who is exclusively breastfed. A child does have a right to have contact with his/her father and you should try and agree something between you if possible. Think about what is best for the baby - an hour or so several times a week allows the baby to stay familiar with his father but still receive the main care, security, food etc from his mother. You can build up slowly thereafter to more contact and then overnight stays unless you feel your son will be at risk. If your ex cannot agree at this stage, he will have to seek a child arrangements order via the courts. Maintenance is a completely separate issue from contact by the way.
LawAndParents - 19-May-17 @ 10:31 AM
My ex partner and second babies father broke up when my baby was 4 weeks old.He pays no child maintenance nor provides and nappies or clothing etc.I have offered him reasonable hours for contact in a public placeas he is rude and has been threatening to me in front of our baby.However he refuses this contact saying it's jot good enough.My ex drinks too much.He is now requesting 3.5days a week (including overnight stays) with our four monthold baby.I feel this is far too young for a baby to be separated from his mother considering my ex has had such little contact with our baby since the separation,plus our baby is just far too young. He doesn't know his needs,hasn't attended vaccinations with me despite being invited.I am exclusively breastfeeding and am devastated at the thought of having to stop.My ex is on the birth certificate.What are my legal rights as a mum, to say no overnight stays...And no contact without me so I am able to continue. To breastfeed.?Does my ex have rights for overnight stays while our baby is so young?I'm stressing...
Kas - 18-May-17 @ 2:51 AM
My ex partner and second babies father broke up when my baby was 4 weeks old.He pays no child maintenance nor provides and nappies or clothing etc.I have offered him reasonable hours for contact in a public placeas he is rude and has been threatening to me in front of our baby.However he refuses this contact saying it's jot good enough.My ex drinks too much.He is now requesting 3.5days a week (including overnight stays) with our four monthold baby.I feel this is far too young for a baby to be separated from his mother considering my ex has had such little contact with our baby since the separation,plus our baby is just far too young. He doesn't know his needs,hasn't attended vaccinations with me despite being invited.I am exclusively breastfeeding and am devastated at the thought of having to stop.My ex is on the birth certificate.What are my legal rights as a mum, to say no overnight stays...And no contact without me so I am able to continue. To breastfeed.?Does my ex have rights for overnight stays while our baby is so young?I'm stressing...
Kas - 17-May-17 @ 11:58 PM
Forms78 - Your Question:
I was told that I may be the father of a child well after I left the UK. I don't think I was named on the birth certificate. What are my rights / obligations in regards to this child.

Our Response:
If you are the father of the child, you may be expected to pay maintenance. You can find out how much you might be required to pay here. If you're not on the birth certificate, the mother of the child can apply to the courts to have your name added if you don't automatically consent. The courts may order a DNA test before ordering the addition of your name as father.
LawAndParents - 11-May-17 @ 11:42 AM
Me and my ex split 2 years ago after 10 years. Im white and hes Indian but born here. His mum didnt except me from the off so when we split she made no secret that he had to sort his life out and get with an indian girl and get married. We have arrangements that he picks our daughter up on a friday from school fortnightly, and drops her bk on a sunday just after tea time. He lives an hour n half away. He pays for a period of weeks and then he says job money is poor, bills ect so i have to take less money or none until few weeks pass then he starts again. I have 2 other children he brought up, and call him dad. They are 16 and 13 and our daughter we share is 10.Hes always been pretty good, we argue but never anything too bad. 8 weeks ago he told me he had a girlfriend and was telling me out of respect. It hirt me but its about time we moved on i guess. Last weekend he had our daughter, i was washing my dishes and saw his car drive past. So i opened the front door to see him and my daughter getting out of the car his new girlfriend was driving. I didnt cause a scene although i was clearly upset. The day after i rang him and explained why it made me mad and hurt.. he told me to deal with it n said i had no choice in her coming again. This has really maddened me.. my daughter has met her twice for less than half hour the first time and the second time was on the drive bk home here. I know my daughter will meet her and im ok with that. But i cant see why she needs to come here to drop my daughter off. I guess as i wouldnt dis respect him by doing the same, im mad with myself! When i asked him not to bring her here n said hes fed up of always doing what i say n ask of him.. even tho its only picking up n dropping off. We have no other contact. Hes now threatened me with him taking me to court as my 16 year old is going through some battles with not behaving and smoking weed n he thinks its my fault...can he use this againgst me? Can he stand a chance taking her off me? Im worried that they want my daughter to completle there little indian family they seem to be making. Please help
Zo - 10-May-17 @ 3:15 AM
I was told that I may be the father of a child well after I left the UK. I don't think i was named on the birth certificate. What are my rights / obligations in regards to this child.
Forms78 - 9-May-17 @ 8:52 PM
missHW - Your Question:
When I became pregnant my daughters father was sent to prison and served 18 months. When he came out I allowed him to see her whenever he wanted to, although he didn't make much effort and I literally had to beg him to come and see her. This was in 2014. In August 2015 I left him a message asking why he didn't turn up to see his daughter and a woman rang me claiming to be his girlfriend. I had already split with him while he was inside as I knew there was something not right. However once I found out about this girl and she found out he had a daughter with me, he completely denied her and said that he wants nothing to do with her and that he never did. We didn't hear off him for a year and a half and he has recently contacted me saying he's taking me to court to see her because I have said he cannot as she is now 3 and has only seen him a handful of times. I honestly don't think he will be any benefit to her and he hasn't since she was born. Where do I stand?

Our Response:
If you cannot agree contact directly or via mediation, you may have to allow the court to decide on what levels of contact are appropriate. The courts will not refuse contact completely unless they think your daughter is at risk or that it would simply not be in her best interests. If a contact arrangements order was made and your ex turned out to be unreliable in keeping to the agreement, then the courts made subsequently agree to change it.
LawAndParents - 8-May-17 @ 12:15 PM
when I became pregnant my daughters father was sent to prison and served 18 months. When he came out I allowed him to see her whenever he wanted to, although he didn't make much effort and I literally had to beg him to come and see her. This was in 2014. In August 2015 I left him a message asking why he didn't turn up to see his daughter and a woman rang me claiming to be his girlfriend. I had already split with him while he was inside as I knew there was something not right. However once I found out about this girl and she found out he had a daughter with me, he completely denied her and said that he wants nothing to do with her and that he never did. We didn't hear off him for a year and a half and he has recently contacted me saying he's taking me to court to see her because I have said he cannot as she is now 3 and has only seen him a handful of times. I honestly don't think he will be any benefit to her and he hasn't since she was born. Where do I stand?
missHW - 6-May-17 @ 4:20 PM
My ex and I are in a battle. We split in 2015, I tried to rekindle things but found she has been lieing about her feelings for years. She accused me of causing a miscarriage via stress but I have found out she actually had an abortion. I have been spending a fortune on a solicitor to get access to my children, but so far she has blocked all communication and today refused to let me see them even though she agreed yesterday at great cost. I have decided that I shall fight this in court and have emailed my Solicitor to request a PSO to prevent her taking them abroad or even moving home without telling me, she moved her elder daughter from Turkey to the UK to prevent her father having access. She has lied to try to get aNon-Molestation Order and used text messages to achieve the same, but she has failed because there is no pattern of abuse or anything, that is not my way. I have been reading the legislation and found that I basically have no rights over my children other to pay for their upkeep..so to speak..The law needs to be changed. In this vein I have signed up to do an Open University Law Degree and intend to specialise in Family Law so that I can fight to get the law changed to be more equal. I will fight my ex for access to my children, not matter what it takes, I will not have her alienate me from them, and shame on the law for not recognising that some woman act in selfish and cruel ways when it comes to child access.
BigJim - 6-May-17 @ 3:35 PM
1986 - Your Question:
Hi my fiancé of 14 years left me and our 7 month baby in March and found out was for another girl, he is now saying he wants to have our daughter over night which I don't agree with she is to young and he only sees her once a week at the moment if lucky so don't know the child's needs at night, surely there are rights in place for a child shouldn't be staying with the father under a certain age also he the partner has been seeing my child also this is not right as confusing our child

Our Response:
Many courts will deem 7 months is too young especially if you are breastfeeding and there is no other contact in the week. Try and agree a staged increase, so that your baby can get used to dad. When the baby is older, he/she will feel more comfortable with an overnight stay. If you can't agree with your ex, you might have to try mediation and/or the courts.
LawAndParents - 5-May-17 @ 12:41 PM
Hi my fiancé of 14 years left me and our 7 month baby in March and found out was for another girl, he is now saying he wants to have our daughter over night which I don't agree with she is to young and he only sees her once a week at the moment if lucky so don't know the child's needs at night, surely there are rights in place for a child shouldn't be staying with the father under a certain age also he the partner has been seeing my child also this is not right as confusing our child
1986 - 4-May-17 @ 11:04 PM
I have been with my sons mom for 2years and my son is 17months old now. We have always lived together but in november we moved into a property and didnt declare me as living there and started to claim benefits as a single mom. She now wants me out the house and im refusing to go as i work and pay half towatds everything and see it as my home too but she has now told me i will not see my son again and she will be staying at a mother and baby refuge for the night. I honestly just do not know what to do
Lee - 4-May-17 @ 1:24 PM
watagwarning can i get access to see my kid or what
jdot - 27-Apr-17 @ 3:30 PM
Skidan - Your Question:
I have been in my daughters life since birth 7 months ago, seeing her at least 3 times a week. She broke up with me for odd reasons. I don't think she ever had the intention of staying together, I must add before she became pregnant she did cheat on me but I took her back (now regretting) She has been on weekend breaks away and went on holiday for 2 weeks, even though she agreed that I can see her 2 times a week on a Thursday and Sunday for a few hours due to her breastfeeding. I had no problems with her going away and me missing out on seeing little one as she did try to make up the time on different days. My eldest daughter had her 21st party at the weekend, therefore I was away on the Sunday which was her actual birthday spending time with her, so I asked if it was possible to see her on the Saturday with her uncle for an hour or so, she replied " if you're not going to have her for the full 4 hours then don't bother" Bare in mind the uncle has not seen her in a few months because of the length of time I can have her and he lives in another city. After trying to work something out, she put the phone down abruptly (usual occurrence) Since Saturday (it's now Wednesday) I have been trying to conctact her via phone call and text but she has turned her phone off and not responded to the texts. As Father's our rights are very limited, even though we provided the sperm for the egg to create the foetus. She seems very bitter and even jealous of the fact that it was my eldest birthday party, and trying to get my head around why she is acting up at this time. I must add she has had moments of unpredictable behaviour which makes this situation quite difficult. What can I do?

Our Response:
It's up to you both to be flexible in agreeing on a few hours for a special occasion etc. Otherwise, a mediator will help you draw up an agreement stating the days and times when you have contact. This agreement can be made legally enforceable by the courts if necessary. If you can't agree, you may have to take it via the courts anyway and they will issue a child arrangements order stating the times of contact.
LawAndParents - 27-Apr-17 @ 12:19 PM
I have been in my daughters life since birth 7 months ago, seeing her at least 3 times a week. She broke up with me for odd reasons. I don't think she ever had the intention of staying together, i must add before she became pregnant she did cheat on me but i took her back (now regretting) She has been on weekend breaks away and went on holiday for 2 weeks, even though she agreed that i can see her 2 times a week on a Thursday and Sunday for a few hours due to her breastfeeding. I had no problems with her going away and me missing out on seeing little one as she did try to make up the time on different days. My eldest daughter had her 21st party at the weekend, therefore i was away on the Sunday which was her actual birthday spending time with her, so i asked if it was possible to see her on the Saturday with her uncle for an hour or so, she replied " if you're not going to have her for the full 4 hours then don't bother" Bare in mind the uncle has not seen her in a few months because of the length of time i can have her and he lives in another city. After trying to work something out, she put the phone down abruptly (usual occurrence) Since Saturday (it's now Wednesday) I have been trying to conctact her via phone call and text but she has turned her phone off and not responded to the texts. As Father's our rights are very limited, even though we provided the sperm for the egg to create the foetus. She seems very bitter and even jealous of the fact that it was my eldest birthday party, and trying to get my head around why she is acting up at this time. I must add she has had moments of unpredictable behaviour which makes this situation quite difficult. What can i do?
Skidan - 26-Apr-17 @ 5:12 PM
My life was destroyed when my husband sent me packing, after 13 years we have been together. I was lost and helpless aftertrying so many ways to my husband back to me. One day at work, I was distracted, not knowing that my boss called me, so hesat and asked me what it was all about, I told him and he smiled and said it was no problem. I never understood what hemeant by it was no problem getting back my husband, he said he used a spell to get back his wife when she left him foranother man, and now they are together till date and initially I was shocked hearing something from my boss. He gave me anemail address of the Prophet Abuvia which helped him get his wife back, I never believed that this would work, but I had nochoice coming into contact with the sayings that I get done, and he asked for my information and that my husband was ableto propose to throw him the spell and I sent him the details, but after two days, my mother called me that my husband waspleading that he wants me back, I never believed, because it was just a dream and I had to rush off to my mother's placeand to my greatest surprise, was kneeling my husband beg mefor forgiveness that he wants me and the child back home, whenI gave prophet Abuvia a conversation regarding sudden change of my husband and he made clear to me that my husband willlove me until the end of the world, that he will never leave for another woman. Now me and my husband is back together andstarted doing funny things he has not done before, he makes me happy and do what it is supposed to do as a man withoutnagging. Please if you need help of any kind need, please contact Prophet Abuvia for help. His email is prophet.abuvia AT gm a i l . com his website is prophetAbuviasolutiontemple . webs . com
Sarah Coleman - 22-Apr-17 @ 3:37 PM
Hey I got pregnant on my son while in a relationship. I always said the other man was his dad,my husbandis the Man he knows as dad and the man I cheated on. My son knows no different he thinks my husband is his dad as we he stayed even after me cheating The other man seen my son for one year and hasn't had contact in 8 years he is not on his birthcert has he any rights if comes knocking?
Kirsty - 19-Apr-17 @ 9:58 PM
My daughter has split from her partner of 8yrs. They have 2 children boy 5 girl 4. He keeps coming back, promising the children things and saying hell be moving back in with them soon. My grandson is having night terrors and bad dreams coz daddys not there. He blames my daughter as daddy said he had to leave coz mummy didnt want him there. Not the case. Shes had 8yrs of mental abuse. He makes everything her fault. My daughter found out hes seeing someone else and he wants to take the children there at theweekend. They dont know he has a girlfriend. It will break my grandsons heart. Is my daughter within her rights to refuse him the children if he wont tell her where hes taking them? She fears for their sanity. I think shes right.
Loo - 14-Apr-17 @ 11:25 PM
My little boy is 3 months old. His Dad has never been a part of his life. His Dad knows about him but decided he didn't want to be part of our lives. He's never paid a penny towards my son. He's not on the birth certificate. Does my sons Dad have any rights? If I start claiming child maintenance will that give him more rights? I would like to claim the money to put in to an account for my little boy but not at the expense of it giving his Dad more rights. I have never stopped him seeing his son, his absence is his choice.
FH - 12-Apr-17 @ 3:34 PM
I dated for 4 weeks my daughter's biological father and he told me to terminate the pregnancy. He didn't have any involvement with the pregnancy and has been vile to me. We agreed to do a DNA test which he delayed for a further 5 months. I had to contact the CSA in order to ensure financial support 7 months into baby's life.Baby is now 15 months old, and DNA has her for x3 hours every Saturday. Baby doesn't drink much or eat much with him, and I don't think he's ever had her on his own during the x3 hours per week.What happens if and when he wants to have her for a day out, or for a night away with his Elderly Mum and daughter who is 26. I don't know them and I'm not confident my baby girl is looked after properly during the x3 hours per week - however - i feel obliged to stick to this agreement. What I'm asking is -
L19 - 12-Apr-17 @ 2:59 PM
Tim - Your Question:
I've been with my partner (not married) for 8years, it's 2017 and we have 3 biological children under the age of 3.I've been there for her and the kids since day 1 and my surname and first name are on all their birth certificates. I share parental responsibility My question is; If my partner told me that I'm not allowed to take our children to their grandparents (my parents) for the weekend but I took them anyway, what legal grounds have I got as a father?

Our Response:
If you're living together as parents, this a dispute between the two of you to resolve really.
LawAndParents - 12-Apr-17 @ 2:27 PM
I've been with my partner (not married) for 8years, it's 2017 and we have 3 biological children under the age of 3. I've been there for her and the kids since day 1 and my surname and first name are on all their birth certificates.. I share parental responsibility My question is; If my partner told me that I'm not allowed to take our children to their grandparents (my parents) for the weekend but I took them anyway, what legal grounds have I got as a father?
Tim - 11-Apr-17 @ 1:14 PM
I have two boys me and their dad split 6 yrs ago dad has been in and out. He now wants contact which I'm not stopping him boys don't want to go. I have encouraged this but still the boys do not want to go they have not seen him for 3 years. What are my rights and the fathers. I would be greatful for any information
Tms - 4-Apr-17 @ 10:54 PM
My son of 10 years has been diagnosed with ADHD. His mother has agreed that he will go on prescribed medication. I have not been informed or consulted on any of this. I don't know what medication has been prescribed, the side effects or how this may change my son. I'm also concerned about the long term effects. Can she do this without my consent?
B - 23-Mar-17 @ 3:31 PM
Brina - Your Question:
My ex husband and I divorced in2013 we have 3 children. We agreed that he can have as much contact as he wants as long as it's not 3am. I have had problems getting csa money out of him from the start. His excuse at the moment t is his boss then it out of his wages but she doesn't forward it onto the csa. Since let August he has seen the kids 3 times and had them over for 1 night twice. Which is included in the seeing them 3 times since August. Our middle child is 8 and he keeps getting upset wanting to see his dad but at the same time thinks his dad don't care and don't want to see them. I am the one always contacting him to find out when he is going to see the kiss and he always gives me excuses like he has to ask his mom or he is out with the guys for pool. Is there anyway I can legally cut him out of their life as it's causing the emotional upset

Our Response:
Unfortunately there is no easy way to force contact or to completely stop it unless the effect on the children is damage or a risk to them.Why not try asking him to have contact on specific days rather than just whenever he likes?
LawAndParents - 23-Mar-17 @ 2:30 PM
tee - Your Question:
Hi my brother is a registered blind and his wife is from abroad she trapped him into having a baby for her visa and stay in the uk.she has gone into early labour and asked hospital not to, let him know that she has given birth to a baby girl what can he do

Our Response:
It's worth seeking professional legal advice on this. We don't know the terms of the visa, or your brother and his wife are separated etc
LawAndParents - 23-Mar-17 @ 2:03 PM
My life was destroyed when my husband sent me packing, after 13 years we have been together. I was lost and helpless aftertrying so many ways to my husband back to me. One day at work, I was distracted, not knowing that my boss called me, so hesat and asked me what it was all about, I told him and he smiled and said it was no problem. I never understood what hemeant by it was no problem getting back my husband, he said he used a spell to get back his wife when she left him foranother man, and now they are together till date and initially I was shocked hearing something from my boss. He gave me anemail address of the Prophet Abuvia which helped him get his wife back, I never believed that this would work, but I had nochoice coming into contact with the sayings that I get done, and he asked for my information and that my husband was ableto propose to throw him the spell and I sent him the details, but after two days, my mother called me that my husband waspleading that he wants me back, I never believed, because it was just a dream and I had to rush off to my mother's placeand to my greatest surprise, was kneeling my husband beg mefor forgiveness that he wants me and the child back home, whenI gave prophet Abuvia a conversation regarding sudden change of my husband and he made clear to me that my husband willlove me until the end of the world, that he will never leave for another woman. Now me and my husband is back together andstarted doing funny things he has not done before, he makes me happy and do what it is supposed to do as a man withoutnagging. Please if you need help of any kind need, please contact Prophet Abuvia for help. His email is prophet.abuvia AT gm a i l . com his website is prophetAbuviasolutiontemple . webs . com
Sarah Coleman - 23-Mar-17 @ 12:20 PM
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