Parental Kidnapping

Separation and divorce of parents can be an extremely emotional and distressing time for a family, especially when it involves children. As decisions are made regarding parenting time, child custody and child support, the courts are generally focused on providing the best situation for any children involved. In some cases when one parent does not agree with or disrespects the decision of the court, it can lead to extreme outcomes.

Parental abduction/kidnapping or custodial interference occurs when a parent either removes a child from where they are supposed to be or refuses to allow the other parent to have access to the child.

When this happens, there are steps you can take to resolve the situation immediately. Crider Law is here to help you take those steps to ensure not only that your child is returned safely, but also that this scenario doesn’t take place again.

In certain respects, parental kidnapping can be considered a form of child abuse. Contact Crider Law to find out what your rights are in this situation and how it may affect the future of your child custody.

Family attorney Brad Crider’s experience can be your strongest ally in a parental kidnapping case. Give us a call today.