Child Kidnapping Lawyers In Fort Collins

When a legal issue arises in your family, the best way you can protect yourself and the ones you love is by consulting a family law attorney who understands how to help you.

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Whether your child was abducted and kept in state, taken across state lines or removed from the country, you need the legal advice and representation of a skilled attorney. For more than two decades, Lunt, Smith & Associates, LLP, has guided family law clients through the most challenging, emotionally turbulent times in their lives.

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It is not uncommon for a parent to lose control during or after a divorce and attempt to abduct a child. This can be a frightening experience, and you might not know to whom you should turn. Our family law experience, including international custody issues involving the Hague Convention, is of direct benefit to our clients. We know what steps to take to fully investigate the situation, to put the necessary safeguards in place to protect your children from international abduction, and to reach a quick resolution. Schedule a consultation at our Fort Collins, Colorado, law firm, and we can provide the guidance you need.

Child Abduction · Removal · Kidnapping

As an extreme, last-ditch tactic during divorce, child abduction can have devastating repercussions that impact the child’s mental growth and maturity. If you have a strong suspicion or evidence that your spouse might attempt to kidnap your child, you should contact law enforcement and an experienced child custody lawyer immediately.

There are different laws and strategies that must be employed whether the abduction occurs interstate or internationally. With the help of law enforcement officers and other experts in their field, we will fully investigate the situation and provide you clear answers regarding your legal options. More often than not, the abductor is the parent who would most likely not receive custody. In these parental kidnapping situations, the intent is most likely to hurt the custodial parent. Let us put our experience and history of success to your benefit.

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