Help about a situation!!!

My husband and I are having issue's with his ex. Who is not allowing him to see his son. Who is now 4 1/2 years old. He pays his child support. He has not seen him since I have been with him for two years because she was upset that he had a new girlfriend at the time and will not allow him to see him. He is thinking about signing him off because she calls the cops on him all the time when Brett goes to his Grandma's because his son is there. She calls us just to talk about there past relationship never about there son. He is not allowed to speak to or see his son at all. I am unsure in what to do or ever say to him to do. There is a lot more to it. I just don't want to get into all the details. We have a child over selves who is missing out on a lot of things because he pays so much child support to his son that he never see's. Please help!!!!

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03/21/14
I know and it is so hard to watch him cry over not being able to see him. She even has a daughter now who is only 2 months old and is still doing this stupid crap. I could never not allow my daughter to see her father. I see how she looks at him and how much he adores her. The fact that he wants to be a dad should show her enough. There are so many father's out there that don't care. Don't get me wrong he has done wrong in the past everyone has but don't keep going on the past. thanks for the support very helpful because I have been dealing with this for 2 years now.
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    03/21/14
    all i can think of is take her to court if its viable to do so
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      03/21/14
      6Jeanine
      oh gosh I am so sorry. While I'm no help we are always here to listen! Hope it all works out! :( hugs to all
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        03/22/14
        This is a sticky situation... so grandma is not supportive with much?
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          03/22/14
          Tessa
          I would take it to court. Since he is the legal father he should be able to get a legal aid attorney for free. Call down to your local juvinile court and they should be able to help. Its sad that she won't let him see his son, its hurting that little boy the most. As far as her putting stuff in his head about him being a mean person, if your husband does get visitation I think the little boy will come to his own conclusion about him. Its never to late for a parent to be a parent. I know a little about child custody since I just got put of a battle for nephew so if you have anymore questions you can message me. Good luck!
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          About Kimberly Bruneau
          Current: Woonsocket, Rhode Island
          Birth: June 06
          On Moms.com since: Mar 21, 2014
          I am a new mother. My daughter was born on October 10, 2013. I tried for many years to have a baby and nothing ever worked and then I met my husband Brett and we found out that we were expecting to have a daughter it was the happiest days of our lives.