Q: I'm in a situation where my son's father has primary custody of my son by court order I'm supposed to get my son the fir
Second and third weekend every month he has not went by the court order for 5 yrs but now wants to start I do have a history of drug use but I have been clean for 2 yrs and 4months I'm currently unemployed but I am looking for work I guess what I'm trying to say is what can I do my son never wants to go back to his father's he always cries and wants to stay with me I need help he wants him back today because I've had him all week because he has been sick so I've had to take him to the doctor and take care of him because his dad doesn't want him there if he is sick I just really want my son back home were he belongs please someone help me
A: You should continue to get your son any and every opportunity that you can. And be sure to DOCUMENT, DOCUMENT, DOCUMENT. Try working with the father and maybe an agreement can be worked out. While there is a court order you must abide by it unless your son is in imminent danger which it doesn't sound like he is. You certainly do not want to be in contempt of court and set yourself back after you have come so far. Good luck to you.
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