Q: Should I file a missing person report and put up fliers around town on behalf my 10 yr son?
I have a pending petition for visitation of my 9 year old son in Jefferson Co. We first served his mother at a known address. After she responded once, the letters are now being returned to the post office. His mother has refused to disclose her new address to family court and the Honorable judge granted in my favor a motion of discovery(May 2021)followed by his motion to compel(August 2021) for her to answer to. But without her address I am concerned that she will flee and never return.
How will the judge get serve her. She has missed every court date since April 2021 and I have not seen nor spoken to my son since June 2021. I know for a fact that they are alive and well. But I don’t know what to do. I am just waiting on the courts to get her in front of a judge but it seems like she can hide forever. I still have not heard back. I don’t know what school my son attends either. Lastly, I have a strong bond and relationship with my son since he was born, but I was never married.
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