I have a permanent custody order for our daughter which states she can travel out of state with her father. His parents want to take her out of state and I have explained I want to follow our agreement due to issues at hand.
Are they doping it with his permission and on his time in the order? Unless the order give you power to veto his travel, or restricts their access, then you really cannot do much about him allowing them some of his time. You can perhaps shorten that, or prevent it if you had good cause to fear their supervision, etc. But just wanting to be a problem for him (which is what your phrasing makes it sound like) will not be good enough. In fact, escalating it to "kidnapping" will really make things go to pot fast.
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