My daughter who has not live with us (my wife and I) for several years and whose children we now and for about a year have had full legal custody, has filed an order of protction against her husband (they have been seperated for several years), that he may not see the kids. She used my wife and I's address as her own (she lives in an ajacient county with a boy friend). She claimed she knew of no else who had a custody claim on the children. The order also says she can request that a police officer can assit her in re-claiming custody at any time....what do I do?
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Ohio
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I am not sure what your question is. It states you have full legal custody, but your daughter has filed a protection order against the ex husband and he is not allowed to see the children. What are you asking exactly? This will help me to help you.
I can not see what you are typing, can you see mine?
the protection order says she can request an officer return custody of the children to her at any time.
Are you wondering if you can use that right as well?
yes even tho she caused the OOP frauduatly
If the the protective order has issued, even though fraudulently, and you have custody of the children, you can enforce that protective order and call the police if he shows up.
The kids miss there father too altho they both have problems the order will have final hearing this Friday should show up and correct the mis information?
If you are seeking to have the order set aside, you can correct the information yes and the mother may have to refile for the order with the correct information.
will I get the mother in trouble?
Not necessarily. However, it is possible.
I am well equipped to handle any family law problem you might have.
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