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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 06/12/2012

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Your husband needs to be pursuing this. You don't. Yes, you want to help, but you have no legal leg to stand on. He needs to be in contact with his attorneys, he needs to be pushing for more solid arrangements.

You can support him, but that's about it. The most I could do for my hubby was to look up phone numbers and give him a basic idea of where to start (he was shy and uncomfortable dealing with confrontation) I never said a word, nor attempted to intervene.

I don't think she's right, btw

Dove - posted on 06/12/2012

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Then he needs to go back to court with proof of all his attempts at time with his son that have been rejected. 'Standard' visitation is at least 2 weekends a month and half of school breaks. If he doesn't get at least that, urge him to fight for it.

Dove - posted on 06/12/2012

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Is there a court order specifying custody/visitation? If not, there needs to be. If so, then she should not be able to move unless the move will not interfere with the court ordered visitation. Urge your husband to seek legal advice asap.

Louise - posted on 06/12/2012

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It seems prety selfish of her to move away when father and son love each other and have a good relationship. Maybe she wants her new husband to assume that role with the child so this is her way of cutting him out of the childs life. If I were you I would seek legal advice. I am sure there is something that can be done to make sure the father gets to see his son and guarantee visiting rights.

You are right to keep out of it where the mother is concerned, you will only make things worse. All you can do is support your husband and help him put a case together. Good Luck!

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