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    If you took him to your GP then there shouldn't be any issues, although as he is now 2 you would have to talk to the GP about a revised schedule. I take my kids to be immunised through the GP - no consent forms or anything is needed from their father & the Dr has never asked if their father has consented.

    As your son's primary carer you are within your rights to get him immunised and I would imagine both your GP and the family courts would side with you if your ex causes any trouble over it.

    If you are concerned make an appointment to have a chat with your GP about it am sure they can advise you.

    Goodluck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janesmum123 View Post
    Depends is it in court orders now? If so you have to go to court.

    If you are going to make court orders you can ask for him not to have those rights, and you need a reason. Buts it's up to the judge in the end.
    Bubs not born yet lol, just something I wanted to talk to him about and see if he'd agree. But didnt know if that was something that I just made up but couldnt really happen.

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    I'm with the others. Just take him in and get them done. The Ex might get cranky, but there's certainly no legal problem with doing so. And what he doesn't know won't hurt him....

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanuthead View Post
    I have a question kind of related if anyone could help...
    Can fob be waived of his right to make medical decisions on behalf of his child?

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    I do know that with Foster children this comes up a lot, as technically they're not adopted, so the Foster parents can be at a loss as to whether they can legally make medical decisions/schooling decisions etc. Therefore if someone is made a legal guardian of the child by the Courts, this then allows them to make minor and major medical decisions in lieu of the bilological parent(s). Not sure how this would work with a custody situation though?


 

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