Missouri is where I live and is where my wife filed for divorce... She filed for divorce on July 2nd of this year. Later that day she took my daughter without consent and went to Oklahoma State for the night and then moved in with her mother in the State of Colorado the next day... I called the police and they said they can not do anything since we are married. Last night I discovered this Missouri State Law... "Petition, contents--service, how--rules to apply--defenses abolished--parenting plans submitted, when, content, exception.
452.3103. Upon the filing of the petition in a proceeding for dissolution of marriage or legal separation, each child shall immediately be subject to the jurisdiction of the court in which the proceeding is commenced, unless a proceeding involving allegations of abuse or neglect of the child is pending in juvenile court. Until permitted by order of the court, neither parent shall remove any child from the jurisdiction of the court or from any parent with whom the child has primarily resided for the sixty days immediately preceding the filing of a petition for dissolution of marriage or legal separation." So I called my County Sheriff to remind them of the State Law and they still tell me they can not do anything... Why is my County not enforcing Missouri State Law???? How do I make my County Enforce this Law without paying for a lawyer?