Q: My son's mother moved him to Colorado without my consent and has not been answering my calls for 3 weeks. What can I do
She has custody of him. She also does not have him enrolled in school and he should legally be enrolled in kindergarten. I cannot find her at all and CPS have been no help where she lives.
A: You need to get to an attorney as soon as possible, because if you let it ride, the state of Colorado will become the home state. If there is a court order which gives her custody you should take a copy with you when you see an attorney, along with any agreement that there might be.
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