You must file a Petition for Modification and special relief to have the visits terminated based upon the impact they have on the child. Grandparents are only allowed visitation if it is in the best interest of the child and it doesn't interfere with the parent/child relationship. I would contact/retain an attorney to discuss this matter in more detail, as this request requires a hearing and determination by the Court.
You should immediately retain an attorney to obtain his consent so your husband can adopt the child, before Father changes his mind. I handle adoptions in York County if you'd like assistance in this matter. Good luck!
You need to take steps immediately to remove your children from this situation. Do not depend on the ex to do anything. If your husband is not in an agreement with this advice, hire an attorney to help you take these necessary steps to protect your children. I practice in Berks and would be more than happy to help you protect these precious children.
You can appeal a case within 30 days of the date of the Order. Typically a Superior Court will not overrule a trial Court's findings of credibility without a clear abuse of discretion. Please contact a family law attorney ASAP to discuss your options. Time is of the essence.
Yes. Based upon the facts provided, I would file for custody to ensure your son is returned in a timely fashion and your agreement is memorialized and enforceable by the Court. I practice in Berks and am more than happy to assist you. Either way, I believe a consultation with a family law attorney is a prudent decision.
I do not believe you have an accurate knowledge of the law. I suggest you contact a family law attorney that practices in your county. Based upon the limited info that you provided, I suggest filing a Petition For Modification and Special Relief. A court shall speak with the child but his desires are not definitive to a Court's decision. I practice a lot in Berks County if you'd like to set up a consultation. Good luck!
Although it's not the best way to handle things during a divorce/custody matter, your ex is not barred from having a live in paramour. That being said, that behavior may help you in terms of motivation for any protective orders and may lower support obligations.