Keeping son away


#1

This is from an attorney website concerning NC divorce law:

Until you and your spouse settle on a custody agreement, or until a court issues custody ruling, each parent is entitled to co-equal rights to the physical possession of their child. A written document formalizes custodial and visitation rights and prevents unplanned changes in custodial arrangements by either parent.


#2

Dear meadow04:

Greetings. What is the question? Thanks

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
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Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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ROSEN.COM

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#3

Me and my husband are still married but going through the seperation thing right now, trying to. He is not being very negotionable about anything and now when him and our seven year old son are together, he will not answer my calls or let me speak to my son. I have been putting up with this for awhile now and I honsetly do not know where my son is while he is with Dad. I work for a living, but my spouse don’t, so while my son is out for school break, it’s great that they are spending time together, but I would still like to speak to my child. Last night, I confronted him about this last night and he went into a rage. He started throwing things around the house, breaking things and cussing me in front of our son. My in laws came to pick up our son to get him out of this sitution, and then his dad started in on me. Threated to take my son away from me, I told my father in law to take a look at my son and my house and then tell me who the abusier/negelctor is. I ended up calling the police out for fear, and they told me exactly the opposite from what and attorney told me when I went for consultation. HELP ME PLEASE…