If there is no "palimony" before the baby is born, what about after the baby arrives?
Even after the baby is born, you're still not entitled to "palimony," but you should receive the same amount of child support a divorced woman receives. The states have tried eliminating any legal differences between children born out of wedlock and those born to married people. But the amount of support you get depends on state law. For example, if Massachusetts law applies, you'll get more support that you would under Texas law. Every state has its own rules and guidelines.