My question involves a child custody case from the State of: California
I have a no visitation order against my son's father, which has been in place for 6 years. There had been a warrant issued prior to that, and has recently been erased and probation given to my son's father. He's been living out of state all these years, but is currently in town getting his legal issues resolved. He has asked me several times over the years to go against the order, including recently (after the warrant was removed), which I have refused until the order is changed. What can be done if he shows up to my son's sport/school events? As a spectator, not interfering with my son's performance or trying to talk to him, as well as if he tries to talk to him? I don't want to cause my son any emotional pain by seeing his dad and not being able to talk to him. I have discussed the situation with my son, 9, and he understands that he can't see/talk to his dad right now.