Custody reversal refers to the removal of children from one parent into the sole custody of the other parent – either temporarily or permanently. This court ordered decision can occur for a variety of reasons, one of them being in severe cases of parental alienation.
Your ex has recently traveled out of the country and has now returned and would like to resume access with a child that you share access with. Your ex tells you that there is no reason for you to deny access as he/she has no symptoms and is feeling fine but you are not feeling comfortable with the risk. What do you do?