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My son, 22 and married, is mildly mentally challenged. His father recently started seeing him again. My ex, his new wife, and mother in law have convinced my son and his wife they can live alone worth no Supervision. The two of them are unable to complete simple tasks without being watched closely.

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What does your ex and his ilk stand to gain from all of this? It might be worth getting guardianship of your son and possibly his wife but first talk to your son's wife's family and give them a heads up. Your son should have a social worker since he does collect SSI, if he does, talk to them. It might be worth talking to a lawyer because your son and his wife are vulnerable adults that sound like they both have some form of mental retardation.
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In your other post you say your son functions at an 8yr old level - but here say he is mildly mentally challenged..? You also mention that getting ahold of your sons SSI is your exs motivation...

Honestly- I'm not trying to give you a hard time - just want to get an accurate picture in order to give the best advice.
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But prevent the ex from seeing him, just making living arrangements that would endanger his well being
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Not prevent°°
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But prevent the ex from seeing him, just making living arrangements that would endanger his well being
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Ah, and you have POA? And you want to know if you can prevent ex from seeing your son? Is that correct?
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