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I AM DIVORCED in PA. MY SON(6) DIAGNOSED WITH autism 1.5 years

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I AM DIVORCED in PA. MY SON(6) DIAGNOSED WITH autism 1.5 years ago I applied and got SSI for my son. My ex found out about it now wants to have access to all my records and desision making does he have the right to do this? I have primary physical custody with shared legal. He wants to decide how I spend the money or better yet take the money.
Thanks for your question. The court would decide here what if anything he is entitled to. You may well have good grounds to argue against producing this information. the ex here has to show it is relevant here and somehow needed in the proceeding.

The judge will hear your arguments and make a decision in the matter. I think that you will be fine here as you seem to be doing a good job of raising child and the court will see this. I can't see them allowing this.

Make sure you respond to his motion in writing here advising the court that you are opposed and set forth your reasons. You need to file this here to put it into dispute and avoid any default in the matter. I wish you good luck and sympathy for the situation..

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