No, this is not a pay per response situation. I am simply getting a little background situation.
It sounds like you gave the proper notice under Wis. Stat. Ann. § 767.327(1)(a), and he never challenged it by filing anything in time under Wis. Stat. Ann. § 767.327(2). So that matter is closed.
It is not about relocation. It is about the fact that he is withholding your child in violation of the court order. Someone in your situation has two official remedies:
1) File a contempt motion. This is a motion that asks the court to admonish, fine, and/or imprison him for disregard of the custody order. This is used more to punish him; or
2) File a writ of habeau corpus request with the court, asking the court to order an immediate return of the child. This is done to get the child back faster and less so for punishment.
Both things achieve the same thing, however.
Technically, someone in your situation can also attempt to take the child yourself. It is recommended to call the police ahead of time and ask them to provide a back up to ensure that the matter does not get violent. The local police are less likely to help if this is a custody matter, but are more likely to help if they believe tempers may flare. He may see the police officer, and just give up the child, believing that the officer is there to force the issue (whereas the officer would simply be there to keep the peace - but why correct his assumption).
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