My son has to go to his dad's visitation time with his grandma. He's never stayed with his dad. They just say he "had to work" whether he's employed or not.
She tells him things to try and brainwash him into hating me and coming to live with her.
As he's gotten older it's getting worse. The last 6 months my son has been depressed and telling me he has a big decision to make, that when he turns 12 he has to go to the judge and tell them he wants to live with grandma. Recently he said that every time he goes there she berates him for his dad having to pay child support, that this makes his dad suffer and that if he comes to live there then he won't have to pay child support any more and everyone will be happy.
My son is 10, he has ADHD and autism, he is on an IEP amd gets special help at school. He is very easily overwhelmed and influenced. Is there any way to get them to stop or should i just get him into more intensive therapy where they can talk to him about right and wrong?
Sounds like a tough situation. You could talk to the dad and the grandma about it. Obviously, in very general terms, if one violates a court order, one could be found in contempt. You could talk to your attorney about it. You could talk to the therapist about it. You could look into other options. These are all just general statements, based on what you wrote.
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