I am the primary residence of the kids....My ex will not bring them back and after filing a writ to bring them back.....Just for her to keep them....What can I file to stop this....full custody or supervised visits....
Have you talked to a lawyer about all of this? You need a family law attorney on your side. Call one up.
This response is only a basic answer to your question and is not intended to be legal advise. It is your job to hire an attorney and to discuss the specifics of this question with him or her. I am not giving you specific legal advise and there is no attorney-client relationship created by my answer to your question. The choice of an attorney is an important decision that you must make and that choice should not be made upon adverting alone.
I agree. If you do not have an attorney, you need one ASAP. If you do have one, schedule an appointment and discuss your questions. You do have remedies available, but you have to take advantage of them. Good luck!
There are MANY things you can do. I just handled this exact situation for a former client. You can get the writ executed but there are many factors at play such as where are the children now? With him? Where does he live? If you would like to discuss in more detail I would be happy to set a time I can get these answers so I could give you more specific advice or instructions. If you would like to do that, please call my office at (210) 257-9512 to set up some time tomorrow to speak.
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