Jeffery M. Leving Legal Team Rescues Illinois Children From Abuse and Neglect in Texas
This Illinois dad lived with his baby girl, his little boy and the children's mother in Chicago until the mother recently told him she was going to Texas to visit family. After a short time in Texas, she announced to dad she was never coming back to Illinois and he wouldn't see his children ever again. To make matters worse, this father learned that the mother had moved in with a man she just met in Texas, allowed this unknown man to abuse the little boy, terribly beating him with a belt buckle, and left the sick baby girl home alone when she badly needed medical attention.
Completely distraught, this overwhelmed dad turned to Leving for the legal help he needed.
The Leving legal team designed a skilled strategy to rescue these children from the reported abuse and neglect by their mother and her new boyfriend. Leving had a two-pronged attack – find the location of the children because the mother was concealing them, and at the same time get into Court on an emergency basis to ask the Court for immediate relief.
The same day Leving went to Court, the firm's Detective Wayne Halick was able to find the children who, according to court records, had been concealed in a Texas trailer park.
The Leving team passionately argued to the Judge that this baby girl and little boy were in extreme danger, and that a Court Order was necessary requiring the mother to immediately turn over the children to their client. The Judge agreed, and ordered the immediate turnover of the children, gave custody of the children to the dad, and denied the mother any visitation at all.
The Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving's fierce work and passionate advocacy in and out of Court saved the lives of this dad's baby girl and little boy. Now this dad can protect and nurture his two young children, without fear that they will be abused, neglected, or concealed from him ever again. This dad didn't give up. He pursued justice for his children and won, and they are now safe.
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