He texts me about coming back and if not hes going to kill himself. Says He wants his sons bed and then wants to discuss what belongings we should each have. He will be in MY primary care. He is a sex offender and I do not want him to stay there overnight. I do not trust him He drives around asking where I am what I am doing all the time. He drives past my moms saying he going to take my son if he dont see him. He has also said he will call the cops and have me convicted of parental kidnapping, can he do that? What is he allowed to do and not allowed to do? I am scared I do not want to lose my son.
Hire an attorney, there are services who help low income individuals (ask social services for help), see if the attorney can terminate the sex offender's rights to the child. Call the cops and report his threats, it could be a violation of his release.
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Call the police if you feel threatened. You can also file for a CPO in court if he has threatened you. With the CPO process, you can also request custody and/or visitation. You should also hire an attorney to file for custody, and request that the child have no overnight visits with his father.
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