OK, I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this, but I can't find anything to confirm it. I live in Massachusetts, and am currently going through a dispute with my son's father. I have documented cases of abuse, and a social worker currently investigating him. Because we were never married, I currently have custody of our son - at least until we go to court. Things with him have gone from bad to worse over the past 2 months, when I first spoke out against the abuse (physical, verbal, emotional) that I have experienced over the past three years. I told him until the investigation is complete and a judge says otherwise, I don't want him to be around our son unsupervised ("Dad" frequently shoves/hits me, puts holes and walls, and slams our young son down when he's angry). Well, now Dad says he went to court months ago for a custody agreement/visitation rights. This sounds completely absurd, and I really don't believe it. However, just to make sure, is there any way possible that he DID go to court and get visitation rights without my knowledge? Thanks!