What happens when a child is removed from the court’s jurisdiction by a parent and there is no custody order?
A local father recently found himself asking this question.
Even with the law on his side, the father could not easily reunite with his child because of costs associated with retaining an attorney, paying filing fees and taking time off from work.
Fortunately, this young father was referred to Susannah Collins, a local family law attorney, who after hearing his story knew she had to help.
Collins said she knew the case would have to be argued in two states under different types of law.
In addition to the many financial obstacles, the father had no guarantee he would be….
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