Don't sign anything. If you have a lawyer, inform your lawyer of this situation. If you don't have a lawyer, get one ASAP.
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Do not sign anything and get to a lawyer as soon as possible.
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Do not sign any papers. If you have a custody order and the other parent is refusing to return the child, then the other is likely in violation of the order. If you have had de facto custody and not a court order, then nonetheless you must bring the refusal to return the child immediately to the attention of the court. You may have to file a writ. You should speak with legal counsel immediately. Remember, the child's best interests test remains the standard for determining which parent should be awarded custody.
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