Yes, he has a legal right and my opinion agrees with that.
Yes, he has a legal right and in my opinion he shouldnt.
No, he has no legal right and my opinion agrees with that.
No, he has no legal right and in my opinion he should.
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I don't find it matters much unless of course we are talking about rape what her reason might be. Even if they don't get along a part of being a goddamn adult is being able to put stupid **** aside so as to respect each other. While he shouldn't have tried to force his way into the room by dragging her to court, she shouldn't have denied him access to the room. If they wanted to show they can work together a good starting point is when the baby is born. Anyone that truly finds her action were in the right here is in my opinion wrong.
Her state of mind in the delivery room can actually make the difference between life and death for herself and the baby. The right relationship between the mother and father can make her stronger, mentally and physically. The wrong one can obviously have the opposite consequences.
So now no one is considering the baby's welfare? The "unfairness" to the man is more important than 2 lives? He's not much of a man if he'd force himself and his own wishes above that.
By design the woman goes thru Hell. She is not obligated to 'share' that with someone she dislikes and distrusts. She'll never see those strangers again, most likely. She has to see someone she may consider an asshole and who may BE an asshole that throws that in her face anytime he gets pissed off at her over child visitation.
You choose to deny her this, but her mental and physical state and how those contribute to the birth of the baby are 1000x more important than his viewing pleasure.