CAN A 14 YEAR OLD DECIDE THAT THEY DON'T WANT TO GO TO VISITATION WITH OTHER PARENT?
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Majority of judges are going to agree with your judge. Children do not have a choice for visitation. You are doing the right thing by documenting everything. The evidence that your son does not have a relationship with his mother, her lack of involvement, and mental issues are strong for possibly modifying the custody. I strongly recommend hiring an attorney before your next court date.
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