Q: my daughter is around someone who cannot have her own kids or be around them alone, what can i do?
My daughters dad took her and went to Alaska without my knowing or my okay, and now he has her around someone who they are living with.. this person cannot be around kids alone nor can she have custody of her own children. What can i do to get her some safe and faster then waiting for a court date. Her dad also took her to Hoonha, Alaska with the island being his whole family. Hes alaskan native.
A: You don't say if there is already a court order awarding you custody or establishing parenting time. You also don't tell us what the dates are for all these changes. You will have to get this in front of a court somewhere to establish custody and parenting time or to enforce and order that has already been issues. If an order was already issues, you need to deal with the original court that issued the order. If nothing has been filed, you have to figure out which State, Oregon or Alaska as primary jurisdiction to hear a case involving your daughter, and then file in that State.
Your allegation about this other person is very vague, so there is simply no way to respond. You need to consult with a lawyer and discuss this matter in much more detail to figure out what you need to do. Please do not post further on Justia as you have no attorney client confidentiality here on Justia. You need to have a private consultation with a lawyer.
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