I see. Thank you for clarifying that for me, Socorro.
Since the father currently has primary custody, you could not typically leave with your son without risking parental kidnapping
charges unfortunately, at least not for long than the court ordered visitation you have.
The only way to get the order of custody modified quickly would typically involve filing an ex parte petition for custody, but that usually requires a situation where the child is in imminent danger. Since the father has not been violent recently or had other charges against him, and is not a danger to your son, there would be no basis to file such a petition.
Your remaining option then is to file a motion to modify the order of custody, indicating to the court why it is in the best interests of the child for you to have primary custody. That can take some time as you may know, so you would likely be without your son for extended periods while that motion is pending I'm afraid.
Based on the information you have provided, there is not an easy way to leave with the child and obtain an order of custody quickly. Rather, you would have to leave without your son again unfortunately and seek to modify the existing order of custody. I'm sorry.
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