The mom left the dad and the whole pregn...

Asked by Trying to help on 19-10-2022 11:42:48
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Free State

The mom left the dad and the whole pregnancy he rarely got any details about how the pregnancy is going or how it's going with baby. The day prior to the baby's ceaserian csection he called to ask how late and at what hospital the baby will be born. She was rude and wasn't really willing to give him any information. He received a photo of the baby when she was born and one the day the hospital discharged the baby and when he asked how the baby was doing and can he please receive a photo of the baby she told him that she isnt his personal photography and she removed him as well as his mom from the baby group she also blocked then on whatsapp so he has no communication with the mom to find our how baby is doing. He understands he will never have a relationship with the kind so he wants to sign off all his parental rights please be so kind and advise how he should go about it. Thanks in advance 

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