My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Ohio
When my ex gets his visits ordered, someone told me that if he decided to just keep my 10 week old son and not return him I would have to go to court to get him back. I didn't think that sounded right but if anyone on here knows if this is true or not please let me know. My plan is to have custody (which I already have) and just let him have visits-I won't agree to shared custody. No visits have been ordered yet as we are awaiting the results of a DNA test that he demanded but I am positive this is his child.
Also, how can I get supervised visits? There is a fear that he might kidnap him, as he told me before he wanted to take his other 2 children and move out of state because he doesn't feel their mother is fit. Also, his house is dirty and his dog goes potty on the floor all the time, which he takes his sweet time cleaning up. There is clutter everywhere. He recently told me he does not plan to have his air on this summer because he cannot afford it and when I tried to explain to him that young children like our son cannot be in sweltering heat because they can't breathe in it, he didn't beleive me. He also has expired food in his refridgerator that he feeds his children because he thinks it's still good. I'm talking about t.v dinners that expired a year ago, and eggs that expired months ago. This is not an exaggeration and I fear that when my son gets old enough to eat these types of food he will get sick from them being so old.