My husband and I have joint legal custody - He has primary physical custody. He is trying to keep me out of our sons life completely - He threatens to violate me for being 2 minutes early or late to pickup/dropoff our son. I am not allowed on any school field trips and he has our son calling his current wife Mammy - and call me by my first name - he tells our son that his current wife is his Mom.
I don't know whether it is mental abuse, but I have a suspicion that your divorce documents have provisions to address it. Alienating a child from a parent is very serious, and judges are particularly hostile to it. Talk to an attorney about your situation.
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Just because your Husband say's something doesn't mean it is true. You should speak with a lawyer so it can be determined the rights of the parties involved. The Lawyer will have to review your documents. Then during that consultation a strategy can be planed and implemented. Please consult with a lawyer as this may save you time, effort and money
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