I finally won custody of my son after a long battle. My exwife and her parents are constantly calling doctors or DFACS on issues made up or embellished. My ex never sees her son but her parents get him every other w/e When they have him my son says its questions all the time When I got custody the papers say the mother can see him every other w/e but has to have her parents supervise...do I have to let my son go if the mother are not present? Calls from DFACS,,,doctors and I take excellent care of my son. I live with my parents and they have an active relationship with my son also. How can we stop this witch hunt? Its hurting my family and Peyton
You need to consult with an attorney. It is clear that you are dealing with a complicated situation. However, the existing order may help clarify things.
Based on the information you've provided, it is difficult to advise you without more information. It could be that you need to refrain from allowing the visitation, or modify the order to change the supervisors. The one thing that is clear is that the sooner you meet with, and retain, a family law attorney the sooner you can possibly rid yourself, and your son, of this complication.
I hope this information helps answer your question(s).
~ Kem Eyo
The above answer is a general explanation of legal rights and procedures. It does not constitute legal advice. Nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship between the individual posting the question and the attorney providing the answer.
Without actually being able to review the court Order it is difficult to give you a definitive answer to your question. I would advise you to ask your former attorney this question or take your paperwork (Order) and consult with another Family Law attorney in your area. A review of the court Order may clear up your questions about allowing visitation with the Maternal Grandparents when the Mother is not present. Additionally, you should remember that the quicker you retain an attorney and start the process of resolving your issues the faster you and your son can move on with your lives. I hope this information has been helpful. Good Luck to you and Your Son!! George McCranie IV
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You do have a complex situation that need the attention of an attorney to handle. I would suggest you retain an attorney in the matter. If you would like to discuss the matter further please feel free to give our office a call at 404-636-6616.
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