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Book details
  • Genre:LAW
  • SubGenre:Family Law / Children
  • Language:English
  • Pages:60
  • eBook ISBN:9781483558769

Kidnapping: How to Prevent It - How to Get Your Child Back

by Jerry Nissenbaum

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What to do if you think your child might be kidnapped, what to do to prevent a kidnapping, and a resource guide for parents to help recover their child from a kidnapping.
This eBook provides some ideas of what to do, where to go, and what kinds of things can be done to try to prevent a kidnapping or to help get the child safely returned. While much of the material in the guide-book focuses on international abductions, most of the information is also applicable to cases in which the child remains in the United States. The first part of this eBook has some advice and tips about “domestic” kidnapping of children. That means the children have not been removed from the USA. The second part of this eBook gives you a long, hard, and realistic look into the civil aspects of international child abduction. Each year thousands of children are either kidnapped or – on the pretext of visiting relatives – taken to another country with the intention to not permit a return by the child to the child’s habitual residence.
About the author
Gerald L Nissenbaum has been named one of the best divorce lawyers in the country by Town and Country and the best in town by Boston Magazine. He is rated AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubble and, since its start in 2004, been designated as and listed in SuperLawyers® for Family and Appellate Law in Massachusetts. Atrial lawyer since 1967, Nissenbaum concentrates his practice in high value, high conflict, and often international family law cases. His book, Sex, Love, and Money, published by Hudson Street Press, is available on Kindle. And, since April 2006, his column Divorce 411, has been published in the Sunday Boston Herald® newspaper. Nissenbaum is also the author of the kidnapping-help guide: Missing and Exploited Children Comprehensive Action Program (M/CAP): What to Do If You Are Concerned That Your Child Might Be Kidnapped. This guide was published by the U.S. Public Administration Service Special Projects Office in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Justice. This guide was widely distributed and is available on the Nissenbaum Hickey website: www.nissenbaumhickeylaw.com.