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They have made no arrangements. She has left him several times, for long periods of time in which he has made no attempt to see his son. He is not a good father and has a drinking problem and I know he is doing this just to spite her. I have been trying to get her to move to San Diego with me for a while now and we are trying to make that happen. The child in question is only 2.
It just so happens that she and her son are flying out to visit me tomorrow and he is very manipulative and will force her to sign this before she leaves. Let me know if you need anymore information and thank you so much!
He is going to scare her into signing it as she will be gone for 10 days and if she doesn't who knows what he will do to her stuff while she is gone. How can I tell if it a real document?
She lives in Las Cruces. Can I call or does it have to be her? She can't make phone calls like this with him around.
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