Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Risk of Child Abduction to Jordan Requires Continuing Supervised Visitation

Jeremy D. Morley
Relying on my expert testimony as to the great difficulty of returning abducted children from the country of Jordan, and in light of other serious risk factors of potential international child abduction, the Chancery Court of Harrison County, Mississippi has refused to permit unsupervised visitation by a Jordanian father employed in the Jordanian diplomatic corps with his son living in Mississippi.

The child’s mother states that, “To say I am grateful to you both [myself and Todd Crawford, Mississippi counsel] would be a gross understatement!  Last night I slept through until 5:15 am, the first night I have not woken up in the middle of the night in YEARS...You guys made clear, concise and unbiased arguments to make my reality clear to the judge.  How can I ever thank you!”