away? I know my ex is full of a lot of hot air, when he threatened me with suing for sole custody, even though I have full legal and physical custody. (one of many threats) However, (with the way My luck is going) the school did send me a letter I got in the mail, about their "concerns" regarding son's attendance. I suppose laws change from state to state, we're in MN, but can he use my son's attendance, and lousy grades, against me??? He is getting bad grades because he has got Autism spectrum (see my profile if you want more info) and they are not giving him the help he needs academically, nor stimulating his strong areas. I was just wondering if there was anyone out there who would know, whether his "dad", who is also a deadbeat, has a leg to stand on. It's not that I'm asking legal advice I'm just wondering if anyone has seen someone get custody rights changed due to son's bad schooling. Everything else we do is perfect, we don't beat him, use drugs, or anything crazy. Part of the reason he has missed school is, it has been a miserable year for colds and flu around here! I actually am offended by the letter I recieved from the school! but that's another story. Thanks for any advice :)
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