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If there is a temporary guardianship order, you should not do anything without having the family court adjust that order. I have just sent you a response on your other question. If you do not adjust that order, you could have kidnapping charges brought against you.
Well then you might want to call the police. You should have been served papers for the temporary guardianship order. It might be a lie and they might be able to make sure you get your daughter back.
If there is no order, then the police should give your daughter back to you. Technically, the grandmother has no right to be taking care of your child.
Were you unconscious?
There should have still been some sort of notice from the court to you that the temporary restraining order was issued. Like I said, your best bet is to call the police, inform them that your mother-in-law is not giving you your child, and then see if she produces the temporary custody order. If not, then you should be able to get your child back.
Like I said, you should contact the police if you do not get your child back. Please remember to provide positive feedback.
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