What Can I Do If The Mother Of My Children Has Decided To Flee The State And I Haven’t Seen My Children In Two Months?
Today’s question comes to us from Jamil, and he wants to know what he can do, since the mother of his two children has decided to flee the state, and he has not been able to see his children for over a month.
So, as I stated, Jamil’s baby mama, the mother of his two children, has decided to suddenly overnight to take off with the children out of the state where they have been living for the last year. Jamil has not had any contact with his children for over two months. He wants to know what he can do.
My answer to Jamil and to all of you who may have this similar situation is this. The only way that a parent can leave the state where the children are residents is to either one:
- Have the consent of that parent.
- Have a court order allowing that parent to remove the children from that state.
If this is your situation, like Jamil’s, you can go ahead and file motions with the court. You can file a motion for contempt if there isn’t already an existent custody order in place. Mom has violated that order by leaving the state with the children.
You can also file an emergency motion, if there are no orders, for temporary custody and for the return of the children so that Jamil can have the children while this is going to court.
Again, there are legal remedies that you, Jamil, have and anybody else in this situation. So please reach out to me, at vegasdivorcemeeting.com. I’ll be more than happy to help you with the situation. Just keep in mind that you do have legal recourses when situations like this arise.
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