Q: Can foc keep my fiancé son away from me not letting him get over nights over false accusations?
At the time i was just his girlfriend and his sons monther started a bunch of drama and i retaliated in text so then she accused me of hitting her son and she told them how me and his father were always fighting and breaking up they believed her. The text she showed in court where only of my responses they did not take our proof into consideration. So they denied him overnights only get 4h on friday and cant be around me. So now that we’re engaged if he goes back to court will they change how they feel and give him his overnights back? It doesnt seem right that they did that with no proof. Are they allowed to keep him away interfere with his personal life and his relationship with his son just because of a bitter baby mother?
"They" are not doing anything. The child's mother made an accusation that FOC substantiated, creating this order. You being engaged does nothing; being married might help. But your relationship status has nothing to do with what the judge will find pertinent to changing this.
As the soon-to-be step parent, I'd suggest you proceed cautiously, letting your fiance take the lead. Nothing seems to draw ire more than whom may be perceived to be an interloper. Ultimately, your fiance's son is his, and he needs to focus on working with that; there is nothing you can do - despite good intentions - to fix that for him.
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