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I suggest you can contact the police and provide them with the note that she left for you. Explain that you only want to know that you child is ok. The situation is not considered parental kidnapping because each parent has a right to the custody of the child until there is a Court Order stating otherwise.So, I suggest that you then may want to go to court and file for custody of your child - tell the clerk that your wife has left, you don't know where but you would like an emergency hearing so that when the child is located, you can have a Court Ordered custody to have the child returned to you.Unfortunately, the police may tell you they can't do anything because it is a civil family law matter and then in that case, you will need to hire a PI to find your wife and then have the Temporary Order that you have for custody served and get your child until a court makes a permanent decision on custodyI hope that this information is helpful. If you need further information, please just send me a reply asking for clarification. After that, I hope you will enter a positive rating so that I will be credited for assisting you. Thanks again for using this service. Your business is appreciated.
She is a risk to take child to Mexico (she might be there). Also she took my truck under my name and bought before we were married can I remove the vehicle from her. I am not trying to be vindictive because I don't want a divorce but it is not what I want. If I can not talk to her we can not come to terms on anything.
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