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If you have joint custody but your ex will not tell you where your daughter is how can you find them?

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2005-06-12 06:54:37
2005-06-12 06:54:37

You must see a lawyer as soon as possible. If you can't afford a lawyer then go to the police department and have a warrant put against your ex. If the courts have handed down joint custody and that person has hidden the children then a kidnapping charge can be placed against them. Good luck Marcy

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