When you establish paternity for your child, the father receives the legal right to visitation with his child as well as the legal responsibility to provide financial support. When the child is born, you can establish paternity by signing the state's Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity form.
Divorce is hard for everyone in the family, but it can be particularly devastating for young children. Kids may not understand why their parents' relationship no longer works. They may feel intense sorrow or guilt, as children tend to view the world in a very egocentric manner. In other words, they will possibly conclude that the end of your marriage is somehow their fault.