I'm happy to help. Of course any decision the court is going to make will depend on a coupe of factors - 1. The strength of the relationship you have with your son through established contact and 2. His best interests. The court is going to be guided in the first instance by the recommendation of the family court adviser from Cafcass. If there are no concerns around your care of your son, and he has a good relationship with you, then I cannot see a good reason why the court would not agree for him to spend time with you or possibly be in your care.
Whether he comes to you full time would depend on the concerns, if they were serious enough to prevent contact with mum, and also whether it is felt that a move is in his best interests and will not be too upsetting at this time.
You may find that a gradual, phased approach to a move is suggested, or that the court orders contact and a further review in the coming months.
Really you need to be clear what Cafcass are saying to get a steer on what the court will do at an interim hearing.
I hope that helps.
I would be more than happy to clarify anything else for you. In the meantime, thank you once again for using our services.
I am happy to answer any specific points arising from this.
Please be aware that my answer is based strictly upon the information you have given me.
If you still need any points clarifying, I will be happy to reply because the thread does not close. In fact, it remains open indefinitely.
I am always happy to answer any further questions you have on any new thread in which case, please start your question with, “ For PLCLEGAL only”.
That only applies to new threads, not this one. You have me exclusively on this one.
Take care and stay safe.