I was thinking if my granddaughter's father were to call his Lawyer he had fighting for visitation rights, be able to

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Customer: I was thinking if my granddaughter's father were to call his Lawyer he had fighting for visitation rights , be able to work faster getting an order to stop Sylvia from taking his daughter out of state?
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Hi, my name is***** am sorry to hear about your troubles and I would be happy to assist you. Before we begin, please note that this discussion is for providing general information only, it is not detailed or necessary specific legal advice, and it is only for the purpose of helping you understand the nature of your situation from a legal standpoint and to discuss options. You should engage a lawyer/paralegal in your local jurisdiction if you wish to take any legal action going forward.

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Can you give me some more information on your matter. What is your question regarding?

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My daughter has met a guy on line from the states. She has never spent personal time with him. She has scheduled a flight to go visit him taking a 7 year old her daughter with her. I stressed my concerns about not sure being totally safe for granddaughter and she should go alone in case it turns out bad. Trying to stop her and only have a week to do so. Would it be faster for the father to act because lawyers already have his info and if so how fast can an order be put in place to stop this act?
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If you are trying to stop the 7 year old daughter, it would be much faster for the father as he really is the only other person in this scenario that has the right to stop it. However, this will wholly depend on the custody situation between the parents. If there is any sort of access granted to the father, the mother may have a difficult time bringing the daughter out of the country.

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Since the COVID he hasn’t been able to go do court issues. He thought he would wait. She does have sole custody, but my granddaughter has told me she doesn’t want to go. Could I team up with his lawyer and between my info and his rights to his daughter could this be sufficient?
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Your granddaughter is a minor and technically does not have a say. The mother has the power to make all important decisions for the minor if she has sole custody. If the father has access rights, he maybe able to delay it as taking her out of the country would essentially make it impossible for the father to have his access rights.

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My daughter has been served. Hearing is set for April 22,2021. The papers served are from my motion. Now, can she still go to the US. States with my granddaughter (her daughter) Until the hearing?
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You can request an injunction until the hearing is heard, but you need to convince the judge that an injunction must be granted or otherwise irreparable harm will occur.

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Explain steps for an injunction.
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