He wouldn't be going back to visit his father because the father is guilty of medical negligence.
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Answer by Anonymous at 12:16 AM on Apr. 28, 2009
Check in your custody agreement. It may state that the custodial parent makes the primary (non-emergency) medical decisions, and that the non-custodial parent must get permission to alter them. So you MIGHT be able to get him for violation of a court order as well as medical negligence.
If not, your should go back to court & just claim medical negligence. It is irresponsible for the child's father to tell him not to take his medicine. Your son could very well go into withdrawls- here is a link to a good article about "discontinuation syndrome" regarding antidepressants. It is not for the father to say whether or not your son should take his medicine- this sould be done only under a doctor's care.
Answer by emslala at 1:26 AM on Apr. 28, 2009
--No offense intended. But it would seem that IF both parties wanted the best for the child there would be more co- parenting.
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Answer by emslala at 1:31 AM on Apr. 28, 2009