What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Pennsylvania
Hello, Please if anybody can please help it would be much appreciated.
I am with a girl who was previously married.. they have split custody 4/3 split.... The mother of my girlfriend is extremely frustrated at the fact her daughter is with a man who was a former drug addict and is infected with Hep C.
I am no longer on drugs nor anyway assosciated with drugs or anybody who even comes close to touching the stuff. I was young and dumb and unfortunately now am infected with a disease in which may never be cured. I am undergoing treatments for the Hep C, my girlfriend is a fit mother we have an apartment TV, Internet, Cable, Computers, Food on the table, and a loving family enviroment in which other than me having the disease would be picture perfect.
The mother of my girlfriend swears to tell the father of the child, who has not yet been notified of what I have because me and my girlfriend (her mother) take the needed precautions to protect her from any exposure to Hep C. My girlfriend has been tested numerous times always came back negative. We feel as long as she the mother does not have the disease there is no legal binding which calls for us to notify the biological father that her boyfriend is infected...
We are seriously considering marriage which in that case we will both sit down and talk with the father of the child about the situation, but it will not waiver our decision etheir way.
The problem is which the Mother of my Girlfriend, she is upset because she is with me and is threatening to notify the father and make false claims that she is unfit as a mother , and threatening to defend the father in court... we beleive she is bluffing trying to get the relationship to break up.
However if she is not, is there any way shape or form that me having the disease Hep C can cause my girlfriend to lose her child. We have a great household and I love them both to death I really would like some advice on the topic... Please anybody who has anything on the matter all input is helpful... Thank you.
What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? - PENNSYLVANIA