I am very sorry that you are going through this and I am concerned for your son. You must bring this evidence to the attention of the court and it is very important that the court knows the conditions and dangers that he is placing around your son. Please work with a local attny or a legal aid office they will help. If you cannot work with someone then please make sure you assemble evidence of the living arrangments and gather the info for court. Take care.
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For purposes os establishing a parenting plan and a time sharing schedule,which governs each party's relationship with the child, the length of time the child lives in a stable, safe and satisfactory enviorment and the desirability of maintaining continuity is an important factor. Contact an attorney to assist in the process of securing your your child's safety . Connie R. StephensAsk a similar question
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