Ephrata, PA asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Pennsylvania

Q: My 10 yr old son's being mentally abused & name called by his father during visitations.

My ex has partial custody & my 10 year old son goes to his fathers house 3 out of 4 weekends a month, we rotate major holidays & he has him a week during the summer months every year. He's absolutely miserable there & cries ballistic when its almost time for us to go to his house & to the point where it has me in tears. It recently just came to light that my sons father & the fathers girlfriends 11 year old son are mentally abusing him, in my opinion & in other family members opinions, by calling him swear word names, calling him stupid & making him feel bad about himself. The father doesnt know that I know all of this yet but I am going to address it this weekend. I dont want to keep sending my son there & putting him in that situation & environment especially when he doesnt want to be there at all. What do I do?

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
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  • Wyomissing, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: you need to see a family law attorney if you don't have one about getting the child visitation order amended.

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