Retain a good, experienced domestic relations attorney. Explain everything. File first. Insist on a parenting plan, in the best interest of the children, which keeps the kids with you under the court orders, with visitation to mom.
If mom is in such a hurry, she may be willing to concede certain points to you.
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Your wife sleeping with her boyfriend and your son isn't improper per say, but that doesn't mean that knowing more facts a judge won't deem it unsuitable for the child. You should proceed with a divorce quickly and bring all of this information to the attention of the family court judge.
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You need to file for divorce and request that the child live predominately with you. Until there is a court order, there isn't much that you can do. However, you have a right to know where your child is at all times, and who your child is spending time with, including Mom's boyfriends. I'm also reasonably certain that a Judge would require her to obtain appropriate sleeping arrangements for the child if she is going to have the child for overnights, even though, technically, it's not "illegal."
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Joanna Mitchell, Esquire
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