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Faking an Abduction and Child Endangerment Reason Enough for Husband to File Divorce

By Sheryl Rentz on September 23, 2009

The hot topic of discussion lately has been the controversial story of a woman who called 911 in May of 2009, claiming that she and her 9-year-old daughter had been kidnapped by carjackers. After turning up at Walt Disney World in Florida, the woman was charged with a number of criminal offenses, filing a false police report being one of them. It’s not very surprising that this woman’s second husband filed for divorce since the abduction ruse. Although law enforcement officials have declined to provide information on the full scope of the investigation, questions as to what this woman’s motives truly were and why she would rope her young daughter into going along with it are still waiting to be answered.

This case contains many intricate elements, divorce being one of the complex legal processes that will ensue, along with child custody and child support matters as well. It is unfortunate when parents use poor judgment and carry out actions that can have negative impacts on their children in the long run. The woman who faked the kidnapping has three children.

Married couples encounter divorce for a variety of reasons, some of which include the vague but common excuse of irreconcilable differences, in addition to adultery and many other different types of circumstances. Preparing for a divorce goes far beyond the emotional and mental strains that often leave a person feeling drained, frustrated, and upset; however, the process of a divorce can be much more tolerable and simplified with the help of a divorce lawyer.

At the Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz, our skilled Philadelphia divorce attorneys have helped numerous couples with the complex legal process of filing for divorce, and have the knowledge and experience necessary to effectively represent you in family court as well, if necessary. No matter what the reason for your divorce taking place, our lawyers will utilize our many contacts in the professional and legal forum to assist you with your divorce case. Call the Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz at 610-645-0100 for a free consultation today.

Source report: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/breaking/20090827_sKidnap_hoax_mom_has_trial_date_today_in_Bucks.html

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