My son's biodad called again saying he will give up parental rights and let my fiancee adopt, since we are getting married the road will be easier for him to give up his parental obligations. However, since my lawyer already mailed him this ppwk, and he has not sent it back, and yet, calls, as if he is making an offer, sends up a giant red flag. What I can surmise is he is looking for some kind of financial kickback or a negotiation. He is only getting sued for $10G. It is a drop in the bucket if you compare him to other deadbeats. But I don't do "compare". So I decided not to give his "offer" any weight. He either signs the ppwk, talks to my lawyer, or he doesn't. I suspect him of trying to make me jump through a stupid hoop or waste my time. He's such a nut. Why should I let him off the hook? I know I will not see any money, I think the visits should continue so my son won't get a romanticized idea in his head about his biodad. I don't know how this adoption thing works, it sounds like it would just give my son's biodad a break. Right now court services is looking in to biodad's competence.
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