Is a signed and notarized private custody agreement binding?

Question Details: My son's father and I drew up a custody agreement on paper, signed and had it notorized. He is now not allowing me to see my son on his birthday because it falls on his week. Is there anything I can do to be able to see him? And how binding is a non-court ordered custody agreement?

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