The Worry of Parental Abduction in Your Custody Case

parental abductionWhen it comes to your custody case, you always want what is best for your child. What if there are dangers when it comes to the other parent in your custody matters?  You might be worried about the threat of parental abduction and the other spouse keeping your child from you as you are dealing with these outside matters. We want to help.

Moving Forward With a Case

Usually, when it comes to any other types of custody matters, things tend to move slowly and law enforcement officials might want to stay out of legal matters. However, when it comes to kidnapping cases, you might not feel like there are a lot of options left. When it comes to parental abduction that can be proven when an order is in case, law enforcement will be on your side on both federal and state levels.

Of course, there is also court involvement. When your child is safely back in your arms or the threat has momentarily vanished, you want to ensure the safety of your child in the future. This could mean adjusting your custody order accordingly. If you previously had joint custody with the spouse who abducted your child from you, you might want to have this changed, as it clearly violated your order and put your child at risk. This could lead to temporary orders or even a full elimination of your spouse’s parental rights depending on the circumstances.

The judge in your case will try to make sure that your court order is enforced at any cost. If the other parent is constantly breaking the order, then it is time to move forward and make adjustments where they are needed. Children deserve protection during a time of divorce, especially when you believe that there are risks with the other parent.

You want stability for your child and your child custody matters are extremely important to you. This is why it is a good idea to turn to an attorney you can trust during your time of need. Call us today for more information on how we can assist you.