Your son may apply to the court for additional visitation or a change in custody. You may not make such an application on your own behalf, but you can certainly help your son with the legal expenses. You can search the attorney profiles here on Avvo for an attorney in your area. Contact two or three to compare costs and philosophical fit, and get some help for your son. Good luck!
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