Our expert says:
Sorry to hear of this sad dispute. Primarily you need good legal advice : there should be free law clinic at the law school at your nearest university ; and at the Magistrate's court there may be a family advocate who could give you good advice. Contact Child Welfare for advice, especially if you have real concern about the possible safety and well-being of your child if she takes him. A lawyer could tell you your rights, and the best thing may be to bring a case to the magistrate who is supposed to decide on what is best for the child, not based only on what the individual parents want.
Come on, other forum readers : some of you must have experience of such problems : offer some helpful advice.
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