The first thing you need to do is get a copy of the divorce papers and have an attorney review them and tell you exactly what you've agreed to.
Once that is determined, you can file a petition to modify or change custody and visitation to establish a plan that allows you reasonable visitation with your son. Courts are usually willing to take on things like this as it is important for the child to have stability and support from both parents.
Get a copy of the order, and see an attorney about the specific steps you're going to have to take.
who would I need to contact to get more advice for help in this matter
what about her taken off so far, does she have to move back to closer
she left me for someone else & got pregrant while we were still married, she moved from me I didn't move from her. We have a house in Belton in our name but my dads paying for it can she come back & get it from him.
I'm not saying that's what the court will do, I'm just saying that you need to understand that he could refuse to force them to move, and could tell you that if you want to spend more time with him, you'll have to move.
This is certainly not the only option, but it is possible.
not understanding, your saying that it is possible for her to come back & take the home.
No - I'm talking about visitation with your son. I'm not talking about the marital home or how to dispose of it.
With regard to the house, if her name is XXXXX XXXXX title, she can file an action to partition the property, which will force the property to be sold, and the proceeds to be split between the two of youl.
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