A situation I have here is an ex live in for several years did not work out. She was moved out & in her efforts to get back together she became pregnant with my child. A temporary hearing was made to establish certain guidelines until a final hearing can take place. She has been very difficult to deal with before this hearing, saying my child went to the Dr & in fact he did not as to deny visitation, denying regular visitation as agreed upon, the list goes on. She was reprimanded by the judge, restraining orders & such. However at this temporay hearing she instructed her attorney to request a "morals clause", which was granted & to add insult to injury, I have a roommate who is single & CAN have overnight visits while I have my child but I cannot.
This does not sit well with me AT ALL. We were never married, we were not living together at the time of conception or birth or presently & never will be. Ther are no other children involved. I have presently moved on & this clause REALLY puts a strain on my current situation. It is absolutely a case where "if I can't be there then no one else will either"
I understand that this is not SC law. What argument can be presented to persuade a judge not to impose this restriction & if the restriction is imposed then what if anything can be done to get around this clause.