Should I have him legally removed?

Should I have him legally removed?

I have a 7 year old special needs child.  He has had to endure so much trauma with his health with numerous ops etc. in his young life.  I’m suspecting his dad (the narc) is beginning to abuse him emotionally when in the privacy of his own home.  Should I start the legal route of having him legally removed from my son’s life in order to protect him?
No contact would be great for me.  But would it damage my son even more if I forcibly remove his dad from our lives?  If a psychiatric evaluation proved his abuse, I would rather ‘wean’ him off his dad as opposed to a sudden no contact.  He loves his dad.

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  1. Skip the psychological evaluation of the child, you already know he has special needs and they will only add life long labels. A Father doesn’t necessarily​ mean a positive influence – there are male coaches, grandfather’s, teachers etc. that can be great role models for your son and can display healthy relationships with a woman. Let your son heal. An abusive father who has not admitted it or had extensive counseling will retraumatize.

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