Q: Custody issues in Michigan while father is in military
I have an issue with my 5 year old son mother I am currently in the u s army stationed at fort Hood in Texas I talk to my son every chance I get and his mother all though at times tries to block my access she is usually open to us talking when she's in a good mood
Anyway I seen a picture of my son recently and noticed he has gained quite a bit of weight I called his mom to ask him his weight and height she at first tried to hide it from me so I told her I would just call his doctor and ask so she finally told me he weighed 210 pounds which is crazy as I am a 30 year old who weighs 215 lbs at 6 foot he is only 5 and instead of talking to me she tells me I'm just being mean and calling him fat I feel like I should go for custody to bring him here with me as I have my own place and a stead income while she does not I am very concerned for his weight bringing health issues any feedback would help
A: Do you have a current custody order? Depending on what is really going on (I'm quite frankly astonished that a 5 year old could weigh 210 pounds), this could present substantial cause to warrant a custody change. If you don't have a custody order, you need to make that happen. Being in the military, you'll need a custody order to secure benefits and pay for your child.
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