At the moment it is half term, I did not agree to my son being with his father for half term. After an argument at christmas time my son asked his father to collect him whilst I was at work. He refused to come home saying I nag him too much and don't listen. His father says he needs time and suggested he stayed with his uncle for a few weeks locally. My son has now told his friends he is going to live with his father and start school in Norfolk. I am sure we can fix things if he comes home. I believe his father has been planning this since he seperated from his partner last summer and my son feels sorry for him as he is alone with no home or job. they are both making wild accusations which are totally untrue. I am worried that the longer he is away from home the more damage will be done. How do i get him back
My son will be 15 on 30/04/2013 16 in 2014
Have you read my previous questions? My son is currently with his father for half term. As far as I am concerned he lives with me and attends a local school. He said he didn't want to come home after spending some time with his father at christmas, I agreed he could stay with his uncle who lives locally temporarily as his father said he just needed some time and space. This was on 9th Jan. Now it has been too long and I want him home. he is telling his friends he has left school and is going to live with his father
Should I send you my previous questions? I last saw my son on Thursday, he came from school and slept over. I've spoken to him every day since. Mums from the school have been contacting me asking if its true Byron has gone to live with his Dad. I feel desperate!!!
His father had an address in Slough, he recently informed me he will be living in Norfolk. Usually he ncollects Byron from school on alternate fridays. I called my son on Friday and he said he was on a train to Slough, today he says he is in Norfolk. His father does not inform me of anything. I advised the school this week that his father is threatening to change his school as his father confirmed this to me this Monday morning.Since christmas I have seen my son alternate weekends and one night midweek, I have never agreed to this arrangement
I do not want my son to change school or move from London to Norfolk, I don't think my sons father should be planning anything without informing me, I've been told he cannot make schooling arrangements