The holidays are usually a time for family, but it’s particularly painful for some parents who lost their children to the family court system.
“I can’t speak to my kids. I can’t contact them. I can’t tell them I love them. I’ve missed Thanksgiving. I’ve missed birthdays. I’m going to miss Christmas, and I’m going to miss New Year’s, and there’s no guarantee that I’ll be able to see them come the next court date,” says one parent.
Unlike criminal court, family court law does not require evidence or proof for a temporary restraining order or legal action to be taken.
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