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    tuckerosborne is offline Junior Member
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    got in argument with wife, she left with my son. Can't find her, think she left stat

    california. i got in a fight with my wife tuesday and she took off with my son and i have no clue where she is.it is now wednesday of the following week.i went to court and filed for divorce and order to show cause, because i think she is gonna flee the state. ive tried contacting her family in illinois and they wont tell me anything.whatelse can i do!! i think she has mental issues. i cant afford an attorney. im gonna try and do it myself but dont know if all the evidence i have is going to be able to be presented because of having no lawyer..please HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Have you called the police?

    Also what is your state?
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    Mom has the right take junior with her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MominCarolina View Post
    Have you called the police?

    Also what is your state?
    Why would he call the police? That's a waste of taxpayer's money.

    OP: Officer, my wife took our son.

    PO: So? You're wasting police time, son.

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    tuckerosborne is offline Junior Member
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    california and yes talked to police and they said because no custody order she could do that. i have everything filed just need to serve her but dont know where she is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuckerosborne View Post
    california and yes talked to police and they said because no custody order she could do that. i have everything filed just need to serve her but dont know where she is.
    Did you call her mother or father or sister or brother? And when you say fight, how often did you lay your hands on her?

    ETA: reread his initial post and see he already contacted family.
    Last edited by Ohiogal; 06-10-2009 at 08:21 PM.
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    You filed an order to show cause for what, exactly?

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