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To my knowledge, if a state agency is not involved because of negelct or abuse, your mother-in-law can get temporary custody if you go to family court and ask that she take temporary custody until you are ready to take them back; it could be because you are having financial difficulty, hospitalization or other issue that you need to deal with As far as your mother-in-law getting custody against your will, I don't think that can happen. If it is happening, you need to contact your local Child Protective Services.

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Q: How can your child's father's mother get emergency temporary custody of your child with no proof of abuse or neglect or endangerment?
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Are there any books out there that offer help or advice for fathers who are fighting for custody of their kids?

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Can a unwed mother move out of the state of nc with out the biological fathers permission?

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What are the effects on someone losing custody of children?

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Can a mother in the military take a child from his fathers home?

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