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    out of state visitation rights.

    This past June my son Kyle left NH to move in with me, his father here in Florida. He is 21 and left behind a son, Troy who will be two in January. He is not married to the mother and there is no parenting plan in place. It was never needed. We, both families have gotten along very well. I have spent weeks staying with the maternal grandmother, where my son lived with the babys mother. We had made arangments for Troy to come down and spend christmas with us this year with Troys mothers blessing. I bought the plane tickets to pick him up and return him on the 27th. The grandmother told us today that she will not allow him to come. She stated that it will emotionally affect him to much. She also told her daughted that if she let him come down that she would have to find another place to live. In such a short time till Chjristmas, is there any thing we can do? ALso, the reason we were bringing him down is that my mother, Troys great grandmother is terminal and we wanted to make her last christmas special. Not to mention getting some pictures of the four generations together, because we have none.


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    Unfortunately because of the short time frame, I don't think there is much you can do. You can try to have an emergency child custody/visitation hearing schedule if time would allow. Otherwise I would explain the situation to the grandmother and plead with her and let her know this may be the last time Troys great grandmother would have to see him.
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    The grandmother is well aware of our situation with regards to my mother. We are checking into an emergency hearing. We are also trying to find out what our rights are with regards to her interfearance with the fathers parental/custodial rights by the grandmother. Any thoughts on that?

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    Since no child custody order has been established, she is not technically interfering with any law or court order.
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    good point

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    We are contemplating a new plan of action. We already have the return tickets bring him back. As stated above, there is no parenting plan or visitation schedual in place. Whats to stop us(the father) from just getting on a plane and taking his son to Florida for a week?

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    Because that may qualify as parental kidnapping:

    Parental Kidnapping Law & Legal Definition
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