Book: Misdemeanor and Paternity by Lester Josephcategories: Book, Relationships, Misdemeanor, Paternity, Adoptions, Crime, Family
Lester Josephabout this book: This book is about the allegations brought against an unmarried Father and the emotional battle to establish paternity. The stumbling blocks obstacles and the heartaches along with the mental anguish he went through. In a hush society people hardly hear of a person being wrongly accused and the adoption of a child that goes on daily without the unmarried father's knowledge and usually with the father having to defend for himself, often times being too late for him to have a fighting chance. My daughter gave me the inspiration to tell my story, for when she is old enough to read and understand she will know the reason why I am not in her life.
This book took me a a little over a year to write and the tittle speaks for itself. After losing two children in death, I was facing the possibility of losing my third two an adopting family without knowledge. I like to express to all the fathers out there that are facing the challenges of losing there child or children to an adoptive family do not give up your parental rights no matter how tough it may seem. The rewards are great.
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