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Parental abduction to Poland by mother

by Chris / Posted 06/09/2015 / Updated 01/10/2015

Hi all, thanks for reading my story. My ex partner is polish and we split 12 months ago, it´s been unamicable since then between us but we have maintained continuance of a 50/50 split without the need for courts, I do not like her for how she treated me during or after the relationship but I respect her as my 5yr old sons mother, she has no respect for me as his parent and never considers me - it´s just her and my son!. She recently lost the right to our sons benefits as they have been awarded to me. She has now decided she cannot afford to live in the UK and left her job whilst on an agreed holiday with my son to her sisters house in Poland, she has now emailed me to say she is staying Poland with my son without written authorisation from myself as I have parental rights. I have completed and sent back my Hague return request form which will be sent to Poland on 14/09/15. Can anyone please provide me with any help, guidance, tips and hints regarding the return request process and also anyone with experience, hints or tips on dealing with Poland would be amazing as i hear they can be a nightmare!! Help please as I miss my sons smiley face! Pl

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