I was denied due process; also they did not serve my husband the summons for the divorce; also they violated the statute governing their limited jurisdiction so they lost jurisdiction; I am the respondent and so I do not have prove otherwise that is violating due process; so now how do i get that information into the system so I can get my minor child back; the Court lost jurisdiction and their orders are void; so now I want my daughter returned to me since the Court gave possession of the minor child to my eldest child; that order is void. What can I do ? I have so much money to get this far and now that I know I am in the right place I am stymied by lack of knowledge of where or how to get my daughter returned to me;
You have jumbled many legal phrases into your inquiry but your question does not make sense. It appears you have been doing online research and picked up enough language to be dangerous but ineffective. You have come to conclusions which only a court of law has the authority to find. It will be very difficult for you to find an attorney to help you with your present attitude. You need an attorney but it is doubtful that you will let an attorney do his/her job and we are not here to tell you how to practice law. Please consider an attitude adjutment.
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