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Since you have proof of what's happening, if I were you I would file an emergency motion at the court to modify custody and possibly hold your ex in contempt. Although you can't force the judge to rule quickly, he may do so and order a hearing immediately. Your primary argument would likely be parental alienation
. This occurs when one parent disrupts the relationship between the child and the other parent, such as by talking badly about the other parent. As you alluded, it is a type of mental abuse, and can damage relationships. Depending on what you can prove, the judge may order your ex to stop, or he may award you sole custody
. Obviously, the harassment and stalking could play a part in this as well to the extent that it would make your ex seem unbalanced If your friends and daughter testify on your behalf, obviously that would be extremely helpful. Depending on the situation, it may be wise to have your son examined by a psychologist who can testify in court about how his mother
's antics are causing him harm.
If you have an attorney, then I'd ask him to handle this matter, since it's complicated. Obviously, you have a better chance of winning with an attorney. However, you are certainly free to try to handle this yourself. You can visit the court clerk in the court with jurisdiction, and ask for the form to modify child custody, then fill it out and file it, and ask to schedule a hearing ASAP.
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