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What legal actions would he have to take, to drag me back if he wanted to? I'm not going to be going after any type of support
What would he have to do legally to get me to come back with her?
Does your advice hold true for every State family law?
Thank you very much. And no, I wouldn't request any form of child support if he wasn't able to see her. But once again, it would only be until he calmed down. He has a pretty formidable temper.
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One last question...other than finding me via friends or family, could he legally submit my SS# XX someone to locate me, ie an attorney?
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