My son's grandfather (his father's father) was recently released from jail after serving under a year in jail for sexually abusing a 5 year old girl (the abuse went on for over a year). He will be able to be home and have visitors for an upcoming holiday and is allowed to be around children supervised. My son's father (we are no longer together and were never married) wants to take him for a visit but I am not comfortable with this and have expressed this time and again. He does not seem to want to respect my wishes. I do not trust my sons father, or his other relatives to be adamant about being sure he is supervised. The father of the abused child no longer sees his children and has remained in the abusers life. Is there anything that I can do to keep him from seeing my 4 year old??
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