as mentioned earlier, is this redundant considering there isnt a legal document stating his visitation agreement? theres nothing stipulated that he can see his son on holidays nor every other weekend. would this be an assumption anyways considering how the arrangement was previous? and eventhough there is nothing writting stating he can see his son, can we go ahead and write the letter? would she be in breach despite not having scecheduled visits?
i think im confused.
im not sure what course of action to take.. for him to send a certified letter expressing that hes aware she is refusing to let him see his son and thus take legal action OR
we can pick him up and she would have to file custody.
she has custody but nothing stipulating agreement upon visitation. however he hasnt been living at home for a few weeks now.
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