Q: I'm primary custody parent&the mother has taken child out of state to Georgia to keep without my knowledge. Advice?
I'm coming to Georgia in 2days. She was to watch our son at his Grandmother's in Florida while I had surgery in Miami. His Mom came to Florida, took our son to GA., and when I asked for our son back she told me to leave him alone she's keeping him for good. The child lives with me full-time as I'm primary custody parent since she left house 2018. She has 49nights a year to spend with our son and that's our divorce paperwork. Paperwork states my son and I live in Florida. She's taken him out of state without consent, lied about her address, lied about the name of school she's enrolled him in, and still won't tell me the name despite his school in Florida wanting it. Our son is Autistic and it behooves his education plan to connect the two schools. Plus transparency when it comes to his school/education is in the paperwork. I just want to know what to do within the letter of the law because I certainly believe it's on my side. Please and thank you!
A: Wow! That sound like a terrible situation for your son. He must be so confused not knowing what is going on. If you have a Court Order that you have custody, it sounds like contempt may be in order. You should consult with an attorney to assist you in getting your son back as the Court Order dictates.
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