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You can fight for your children during a parental kidnapping case

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Parents who find themselves in this situation may need special assistance to bring their children home. When a child is taken in this manner, the parent who is the victim of the crime has the right to pursue all legal avenues to bring his or her children back home. The person who took his or her children may face criminal charges and could lose his or her parental rights.

Cases like this usually involve federal authorities. There may be multiple state laws that apply to the case, too, if the other parent takes the children out of the state.

If the children are taken out of the country, you may need to work with an attorney and agencies that understand the Hague Convention to help bring your child back into the United States.

Once your child is home, you can take steps to make sure that this never happens again. The other parent may receive very limited, monitored visitation rights or have his or her rights taken away completely. Your attorney can help you understand what's likely to occur in your case. Our website has more information.

Parents who find themselves in this situation may need special assistance to bring their children home. When a child is taken in this manner, the parent who is the victim of the crime has the right to pursue all legal avenues to bring his or her children back home. The person who took his or her children may face criminal charges and could lose his or her parental rights.

Cases like this usually involve federal authorities. There may be multiple state laws that apply to the case, too, if the other parent takes the children out of the state.

If the children are taken out of the country, you may need to work with an attorney and agencies that understand the Hague Convention to help bring your child back into the United States.

Once your child is home, you can take steps to make sure that this never happens again. The other parent may receive very limited, monitored visitation rights or have his or her rights taken away completely. Your attorney can help you understand what's likely to occur in your case. Our website has more information.

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