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what rights and decisions exactly does parental responsibility give a father who has minimal contact and is not the primary care giver?
surely I have a right to know the person who is in the company of my child
- see above for haircuts. There are lots of things children don't want to do, but ahve to - going to school eating fruit and veg, homework, tidying their rooms, etc. If he refused, would you say "Ok, you don't have to go to school"? His views should be taken into consideration, but your role is to support his relationship with his Dad. (that is NOT the same as supporting Dad's relationship with your son).
Can my son, at 13 now make the decisions about what happens on his dads weekend regarding haircuts or even whether he wants to go or not (sometimes he doesn't want to)