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Parental Alienation, Custodial Abduction and the FBI

By on Mar 30, 2011 in Cases | 0 comments

This case involved child abduction to a foreign country, arrest by the FBI, securing a reversal of custody to the father, obtaining custody of the children by a writ of habeas corpus, criminal and contempt findings by the court and over 10 years of litigation.  Our client was the tragic victim of severe parental alienation and custodial abduction of his children by their mother.  Within days of entry of an agreed divorce and parenting plan this father could not find the mother or children in order to obtain his court-ordered visitation…because she had secretly abducted the children to Latin America where she kept them for 5 years!  He came to us for help and we stuck with him through 10 years of litigation, involving nationally recognized experts and eventually leading to the court placing the mother in jail indefinitely to compel obedience to the court’s orders.  This firm has dealt with tough cases such as this.  We can help you too.

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