If there is a medical determination that your son should not spend time with his father, then you need to present that medical witness. The mere fact that your son has decided he does not wish to see his father may not be sufficient. If you have a lawyer, you need to contact him/her, even if this is the weekend. Otherwise, go to court on Monday and ask for time to respond.
There are many lawyers who work weekends and would be willing to assist you in court on Monday. I suggest you get on Avvo.com to star finding one ASAP. Don't go without one.
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You need an attorney NOW. If you can't find one this weekend, ask for a continuance. You may get a very short one. Obviously on Monday, it will be four days before the weekend.
Don't go to court without an attorney. You should keep an attorney on retainer but, if you don't have one, find one over the weekend.
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