Parental Abduction

In matters of family law, emotions often overwhelm reason and judgment. This can be especially true when children are involved. In the case of a custody dispute, these emotions can lead to one parent abducting the children. Parental child abduction can be heartbreaking for the other parent, but fortunately, the law provides methods to help the parent get their child back.

When is It Time to Hire a Private Investigator?

Sometimes a court battle isn’t even the issue.  In cases of parental kidnapping, in which a child is whisked away by one parent leaving no trace, you will need the help of a licensed private investigator to find them. She Spies Private Eye is renowned for successfully locating abducting parents and missing children worldwide.

As a 12-year volunteer with the American Association for Lost Children (AAFLC), She Spies owner Anji Maddox is particularly passionate about dedicating time to the pursuit of missing children. Her commitment to the families of the lost has, in the past, brought her and the AAFLC Team overseas to Europe where she successfully recovered a missing child. Let Anji and our She Spies Private Eye’s parental child abduction team find who you’re looking for.

Don’t Let Parental Kidnapping Threaten Your Child’s Safety

Children need protection, especially during tense domestic disputes when one parent may act on impulse without thinking through the consequences. If you’re worried about the safety of your children, a parental kidnapping expert at She Spies can help. We will review the custody situation, work with your lawyer, and do whatever it takes to help keep your children safe.

Contact us today at 512-246-9889 or 214-227-8177 for a discreet consultation about our parental child abduction services.

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Child Rescued from Overseas, the AAFLC helped the father find his daughter.

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