Tuesday, December 15, 2009

American Divorce Lawyers Discussion

Here's a discussion from LinkedIn's American Divorce Lawyers Group about a mother snatching a child from his grandmother.
Parents joint custody. Mother snatched child from paternal grama. I represent dad. Prior joint custody order. Two fight and split last week. Dad had son. Dad had paternal grama watch son during day. Mom comes and snatches son from paternal grama and injures grama and child in process. Police will not file a/b..Any advice. Opposing counsel will not return child. Father filing po tomorrow. Believe mother very unstable.

Let me know what you think about the situation, and if your a member of the group, you can also leave your own comments here»


1 comment:

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