Q: A man still married, but separated, has had his children taken from his home and now to another state. What can he do?
She says she only wants him to see the kids at her house or his mom’s & not his new house because she has HEARD that his girlfriend was “abusive” to children in a past relationship. But the girlfriend has showed NO aggression towards the kids & has recently given her life to God. The children are only happy with him because they bonded with him at a early age & not so much her. The kids literally cry & throw fits when they have to go to mommies house! Now she has taken them out of state & told him that she might move there. This was all without him knowing anything about it! She has befriended a good friend of his(who she had NOTHING to do with when they were together) & has ran off to her house out of state! He is distraught over the situation & needs to know what he can do to get his children back. He believes the mother is unstable & doesn’t want her to destroy the kids mental stability & relationship with him. Mind you, all of this is because she wants him back. Please help!!
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