The parenting plan has not been violated, but I am concerned that the other parent may disappear with my child. What can I do to prevent that?
There is probably not much you can do until there is an actually a violation of the Court’s order. If your concerns are serious, you should have an attorney to represent you in this situation.
People seeking low cost or free legal services should contact CLEAR at 1-888-201-1014
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1. I want to spend time or get custody of my child. How do I get a parenting plan?
2. The other parent has not returned my child. Who do I talk to when the parenting plan has been violated?
3. The parenting plan has not been violated, but I am concerned that the other parent may disappear with my child. What can I do to prevent that?
4. How do I get my warrant squished, squashed or quashed?
5. How do I quash someone else's warrant (i.e. son, brother, etc.)?
6. Where and how do I make child support payments?
7. How can I find out when my next court date is?