Yes, so there is this woman I slept with...

Asked by Eddie on 07-01-2021 10:34:28
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to North West

Yes, so there is this woman I slept with. She now claims we have a child together. In the run up towards the birth there was 2 instances where she gave proof that she was not pregnant once with a blood test from a doctor and the other time by way of video footage of her taking a pregnancy test (not really viable as you can’t identify her) This brings be back to the blood results from the dr 1. She at some stage claimed that she had someone fix it to show a negative result. (I am thinking this is fraud) 2. Between the time the negative result was presented to me and the baby was allegedly born only 6 a 6.5 months has passed. Now she did present  pic of a positive pregnancy test about 2 weeks afterwards. She also claimed to have had an abortion which she then denied later hence the blood tests.

Now she has come back to harras me saying she wants child support and she even caused a huge scene at my place of work. I asked her to make the appointment for petirnaty tests as she wants child support she should provide evedance that I am the father. She refused stating that I am the one that needs proof so I should do it and pay for it. Honestly I don't need proof of anything maybe just her mental stability because she has at times also said she will leave the child at my place of work and then we can see what happens. 

I need to know can:

1: I get a restraining order against this woman .

2: Who is responsible for the petirnaty tests?

regards

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