Scottsdale, AZ asked in Family Law for Arizona

Q: Ex son-in-law exposes 11 yr old and 14 yr old to soft porn, inappropriate movies, sexting. Is there anything I can do?

I am a very concerned grandmother. Daughter/mother of children just went thru trial where father asked for additional time with boys, decrease in child support. Daughter victorious in judgment - father only recd one additional day in month. However, father's continued behavior to expose boys to inappropriate events was not addressed in Court. We are not trying to necessarily limit father's visitation with boys but would like a Court Order preventing him from exposing boys to inappropriate violence, sex, soft porn, etc. Is there any agency available that will pro bono represent the boys or me?

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John R Gaertner Jr
John R Gaertner Jr
Answered
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Licensed in Arizona

A: Not that I know of. The court should be concerned regarding the issues that you are referring to. Exposure to these sorts of matters can have devastating and long lasting influences on children. I suggest that the parent in the case, your daughter, file either a request for mediation to discuss these matters or file a Motion with the court to address inappropriate viewing and exposure to adult matters by the Father. Most attorneys offer free initial consultations.

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