i am not finding any questions under your name. what is it you need to know?
this sounds like a huge misunderstanding. if you daughter is not saying you kidnapped the children and has provide a notarized letter to that effect and your home is stable and non abusive, i dont see why you wouldn't get them back
you need to bring pictures of you and the kids in your home, pictures of your home, pictures of their bedrooms, etc. you also can try to get other family members to testify as to the care they have with you - if they are in school, bring their school records to show they are well-adjusted in your care. if they are not yet in school, then get letters from neighbors, peditrician's, etc showing that the children are not abused nor neglected and that being with their family is in their best interests
One is 5 one is 3 and they are not in school yet we also have letters from friends we only have pictures on our cell phones we have family that is going to court with us on tuesday.. Do u think the notorized letter from my daughter will help at court even though its after the fact??
yes, i think that letter is very important. if the children have lived with you all that time and there is no evidence of abuse a court would be hard pressed to take them from a loving environment.
well, if there is a witness she can be subpoenaed by your attorney and she will need to tell the truth.
pictures of your home, the kids' bedrooms, anything you might have of birthday parties, picnics and other outings with you all having fun.
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