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Old 07-24-2009, 01:45 PM
 
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My Husband has not seen his daughter in two years because her mother took her away from him to another state (KY). She told him that she wanted him to disappear from their daughters life forever and if he ever tried to do anything she would tell law enforcement that he had molested his daughter. Her father was a high ranking official and my husband knew from experience what she was capable of and he did not want to put his daughter through that. He did not want to have an accusation like that on his record for him and his daughters sake. She proved what she was capable of by having him put in jail for domestic violence (there was not one mark on her and he states he would take a lie detector test if they would let him) he was only in there for a few hours because she dropped the charges. Again, she was merely showing him what she could do if she had to.

Now, he has been miserable for two years and he misses his daughter so badly. He realizes that she would suffer regardless. His ex would not take money for child support, she kept returning the checks (he recorded her saying that she did not want his money) but he has recently established child support through the CS Agency. He wants to see his estranged daughter, what rights does he have? How does he go about getting this done? He misses her so terribly!
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Old 07-24-2009, 01:46 PM
 
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This isn't the right place to ask for legal advice. You might get some sympathy or some anecdotes, but honestly, that's about it.

See what kind of family law attorney you can find. Some even specialize in "fathers' rights" nowadays. I hope things work out for the best. These cases are always sad.
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Old 07-25-2009, 12:50 PM
 
Location: Kentucky
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I would call Legal aid and ask for advice there. Good luck.
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