For the state of MD, what forms to I have to fill out to get custody back of my 8yr old daughter? Her grandmother, who we have both resided with off and on, more on, since she was born, has thrown me out of the house and got a MOTION FOR EMERGENCY AND EX PARTE RELIEF after an argument occurred and I will admit I lost my temper, but there were many people that brought out my anger with theirs. Anyways, long story short, it was Easter Sunday and all this arguing going on, so I told my mother I was taking my daughter and leaving. Next thing I know, my keys were thrown in the creek we live on and the cops there. I did leave without incident and left my daughter there due to that being her home, her security, and me not knowing where I was going. I am not a danger to my daughter and my mother knows it but is actually filing to get full custody. I only have the papers she filled out and have no details about how long temp custody order is or what/who/what distance I have to keep with the exparte. If you could please help me out with what forms I need to fill out to be able to be with my daughter. Another thing, my residence for the past two years has been at the same address with my mother and my daughter. There is much more to the story, but I figure the filing of the papers is the best place to start. Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX
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