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can he do this nikkigoodbear 2 kids; Seattle, Washington 123 posts
24th Jan '13

backstory I have a PO on my EX fiance, huring the time i had the PO on him he violated it by coming to my parents home where i was staying and jumped on me becuase i refused to let him see my son and tod himm i was going to call the cops, my brother jumped in and my paretns called the cops and he was taken to jail. i had my full hearing and the judge made my PO permanet. Well yesterday i get a meg on FB from my EX fiance cousin and she says that my EX is going back to court to contest the PO and try to get my son, will the courts let him do that can he even get my son?

Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 36540 posts
24th Jan '13

No. And that coming to your house and jumping you will reflect badly on him.

user banned Nassau, BA, Bahamas 5125 posts
24th Jan '13

I highly doubt the courts will be in his favor. Don't worry!

C A R M E L A💜 1 child; Mahopac, New York 16272 posts
24th Jan '13

lol, no he can't do that.



& even if he tries to fight, to get your son...they will just laugh at him.

user banned Due November 7 (boy); 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 26853 posts
24th Jan '13

If the baby is his I can imagine that he would get supervisored visitations eventually that could lead to visitation in the future.

nikkigoodbear 2 kids; Seattle, Washington 123 posts
24th Jan '13

ok she had me scared i don't want him around my son at all.

Third Time Mommy 19 kids; Michigan 406 posts
24th Jan '13

No. It's not likely, especially after he violated the original PO and the judge saw enough reason to make it permanent. I would ignore anything from anyone on his side, they're probably just trying to upset you. Don't let them get under your skin or stress you out.

Jeronimo 2 kids; California 1436 posts
24th Jan '13

I'm sure he can go and try to contest whatever he wants. I doubt they'll overturn it however due to the nature of his actions. But like someone else said... in time he could probably get supervised visits.

nikkigoodbear 2 kids; Seattle, Washington 123 posts
24th Jan '13
Quoting Jeronimo:" I'm sure he can go and try to contest whatever he wants. I doubt they'll overturn it however due to the ... [snip!] ... it however due to the nature of his actions. But like someone else said... in time he could probably get supervised visits."


I will never trust him with my son or my unborn child, if it ever came down to it i would disappear so he coud never see my son or my unborn child after all that he has done