Legal Information: North Dakota
North Dakota Parental Kidnapping
Laws current as of November 9, 2022
This page includes information that is specific to this state, about parental kidnapping, also called custodial interference. There is also a page for general information that you may find helpful. Custody and kidnapping are particularly complicated and it is important to try to find an experienced lawyer to help you with your case.
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