im trying to get my son back

Shirley - posted on 02/11/2015 ( 5 moms have responded )

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i have a problem im trying to get my son back from the father of my son . he has visitation times on a court order visitation times are on the weekends and they are very specific on the court order i tried to pick up my son from the fathers house after his visitation times was over for the weekend and the father and his girlfriend is beliberatly keeping my son from me i keep texting him asking to pick him up and he keeps telling me to ask his girlfriend if it is ok . his girl friend is not on the court order n she keeps telling me we are keepung him for a while . i went to the police to ask for help and they told me theres nothing they can do since its a civil matter ill have to take it back to court. i live in colorado springs and i guess thats how the police do that here. so i went to the court house and filed verified motion concerning parenting time disputes and a contemt with that too. whats next i wrote down a statement what are the facts and the faulse accusations they could say can some body help me please

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/11/2015

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If you truly have court orders, then the police can help you. If the police are telling you that it's a civil matter, then you mustn't have court orders...What you have might be a mediated agreement for visitation that was never actually court ordered.

So, if you do have actual orders from a judge, produce your copy and head to the police station. Your copy of signed and executed orders is your insurance. If you don't have a copy, and one cannot be produced, then you'll need an attorney now.

Dove - posted on 02/11/2015

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Where I live if you have a court order the police will get involved because violating a court order is a criminal matter... it's only civil w/out the court order.

If that is not the same where you live... all you can do is get a lawyer and go to court.

Raye - posted on 02/11/2015

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You have to work it out in the court. You can't control your ex having his girlfriend involved. It's not right that he is telling you to talk to her over matters of your son, as you and he are the only ones legally responsible for the child. But it's not illegal for him to have you talk to her or her to spend time with your son.

I assume they feel there is a reason for keeping him away from you, since you talk about the "false accusations they could say". If they are false, the court will find out.

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Shirley - posted on 02/11/2015

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i have a parenting plan sighned and stamped by the judge when he gets parenting time . still confused i think the fathersof the childs girl friend is doin this to be spitefull

Shirley - posted on 02/11/2015

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ok thank u they both are deliberatly keeping him away from me his b day my sons b day was a few days ago i texted the father and told him i got something nice for his b day and he wont let me give him his present ti him there tottally trying to cut me off from my son he is still over there hes been over there for two weeks now . they texed me on the cell phone a few times the father and the girl friend stateing that there concerned for his safety and i txted back stating every thing is ok i told them every thing is just fine and im still having the same problems with trying to get him back i have other kids involved in this situation my two oldest kids that live with the father and they do want to visit with me and they know the father is deliberatly doing this i have a job a car and a place for my kids my kids know i do miss my kids and my son my two older kids do miss me and they want to visit me my kids miss me and my youngest is very sad wants to come back i think the father of my son and his girl friend are diliberatly doing this on purpose to shut me out of the kids life his girl friend probably doesnt want me coming

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