Here is the problem. We came to an agreement regarding the child about 5 months ago, the child is 18 months right now. He lives in Kansas, and I lived in Nebraska. Our agreement was that I would get to pick up my child 1 week of the month, and bring him to Nebraska for my visitation rights.
Well due to unforseen issues, I had to move to colorado where I have other family members. He found out I moved and he is claiming I no longer have any rights to visit my child at all, and he said he refuses to allow me to see my child. Is it possible for me to pick up my child and bring him to my residence in Colorado.
What must I do to see my child again. I fear I am going to get in trouble for not using my visitation rights, although I want to I have no where to stay in Kansas.
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