In Indian culture younger ones are not married unless older daughters are. I married the youngest of the 4 children. The parents have cheated me by saying they are getting married in two months time. Her only brother is in a mental hospital with drug abuse. But they are very influential people as they took away my job, sent me out of house, took my 2 boys whom I loved more than anything else and still loves and finally forced me to leave the country. They put silly false cases on me which even the police was amazed and couldn't find any fault with me. I am a very God fearing man with very high values. Kept on calling them and very often talks to my children. Of course now the frequency of calls is reduced. My parents are very old at least for their sake I requested them to send my kids
Apologies, but I do not understand the legal issue or legal problem you are having. I am not sure if the space limitations cut you off or not.
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I am unclear about what you want. However, I can tell you that your Indian Culture, though founded in a great deal of history and tradition, has no legal bearing in family Law in California. That being said, you have parental rights to see and communicate with your children and you should get an attorney here to get that established for you. As for sending the children to India, that may be very difficult to convince a court about that one. You should make plans to come here for a visit after you you get an attorney.