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Mother’s Attempt at Kidnapping Children Goes Horribly Wrong – or Right

In one of the most high profile international child abduction cases in a while, an Australian mother, Sally Faulkner, who seems to have convinced an entire news program that the father of her children, Ali al-Amin, had taken and kept the children illegally, or, at least, improperly, has been charged with attempted kidnapping, along with […]

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Children Taken by Mothers and Adopted by Step-Fathers Helped by New Access to Birth and Adoption Records

The move in many states, such as in Colorado in the story linked below, to provide for more open access to birth records and adoption records, has had an effect that is all too rarely swept under the rug: allowing grown children whose mothers have removed them from their fathers lives, and had another man […]

A Rant About Operation Amber

By The Accidental Evangelist Feb 3, 2005, 11:26 Summary: This is a rant which has been a long time in coming. That’s because I see it nearly every day. You see, I subscribe to the Operation Amber mailing list. That’s pretty amazing to think about, isn’t it? That there are Amber Alerts every single day. […]

How Do We Track Down a Missing Child or Grandchild?

By Dear Esq. Feb 3, 2005, 11:23 Summary: How do we find an address for our missing grandson? Before custody papers were filed my son’s ex-girlfriend fled with his son. The courts, lawyers, and everyone we have talked to cannot help until he gets an address to serve her papers for visitation. How do we […]

Frustration or Denial of Visitation

By Dear Esq. Oct 13, 2004, 21:49 Summary: Perhaps no divorce or custody decree language has caused more trouble for fathers, mothers, and children, but most especially fathers, than the “reasonable visitation” language. This is because there is no definition of “reasonable visitation”, and so it is impossible to enforce. What you may think is […]