Anna Aleksander's answer This question was asked in KY divorce section and you appear to be from PA. I can only provide general advice regarding the law in KY. In KY, in a case where one spouse is absent or gone from the state, you may still get a divorce after a Warning Order Attorney is appointed to look for your spouse. If after a certain amount of time, the spouse can not be located,the Warning Order Attorney submits a reports to the Court. You may then get a divorce, however, issues of property, alimony, children...
Anna Aleksander's answer Divorce in Kentucky does not take long if all the paper work is submitted. If all your issues are worked out both parties would sign off on the divorce agreement, some additional paperwork and proof will have to be submitted to the court and a motion for decree, and proposed decree. The process could take a few weeks. If one of the spouses can't be found the process takes longer and certain issues such as property and custody can not be resolved.
Anna Aleksander's answer You should probably take legal action in Court, such as contempt, or Motion for return of child etc. This site is for general advice only and your question can't be answered without an appropriate legal consultation.
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