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I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your situation.
There's unfortunately no real way to prevent the father from taking you back to court if that's what he's determined to do. You can try to work things out with him, but if the only resolution he'll accept is you ignoring a doctor's advice to give your son his prescription medication, I'm not sure there IS an out-of-court resolution. With that said, all you need is a copy of the court order granting you the ability to make decisions regarding medication and a copy of the records where the doctor prescribed the medication, and the judge should rule that you didn't do anything wrong.
You could also include in your response to his motion a counter-motion asking the the judge order the father to give your son his prescriptions when they are together.
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