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I'm sorry to hear of your dilemma.
The no contact order is a court order, and should you choose to ignore it, you could be found in contempt and jailed. The no-contact order is not directed against your children--only you. Speaking with them is risky, but thinking of allowing your son to come live with you, you are asking for legal trouble.
I'm afraid that while it may be difficult, you should concentrate on waiting until each of your children is 18 to have contact with them
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