Do you have a court order that gives you custody? If not then under the law your spouse has as much right to custody of your daughter as you do. If you do not have a court order giving you custody then you need to get one. If you have a court order and she is violating it you must file for a rule to show cause. If you think that your child is in danger maybe you can motion the court for a emergency ex parte hearing. Good luck.
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