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Dishonorably discharged Marine, felon, unemployed, living in

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Dishonorably discharged Marine, felon, unemployed, living in a van father is temporarily staying at the Double Tree Hotel at 120th and I-25, compliments of the Marine Group Devil Dogs. Agreement between separated parents was for son (2 years 5 months) to spend Christmas Eve and morning with father. Mother was to be able to take child and go to church. Father joined them at church, high on weed. Would not allow mother to bring child home from church. Child was next to mom, father called child to come to him and went. Child is suppose to be home as agreed, but father refused to relinquish child and we have no idea when or if father will bring child home. Mother lives with Surrogate family, has a roof over her head, full-time job, and is the sole support of child. Need help NOW PLEASE.
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  P. Simmons replied 11 months ago.

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