My question involves criminal law for the state of: Michigan.
Former husband has kept my biological daughter, of whom I have full-custody, from me for over 2 years now. He is not her biological father nor does he have any legal claim to her. I have gone through 2 different 'Friend of the Courts' (the one for his county and the one she's in the system from custody battle with her biological father) neither court could help me. His county's FOC couldn't help because she isn't in their system and the one where she is in the system could only give me the previous court ruling that states that I have full-custody of her.
I have gone to the police station in an attempt to get them to remove her from the home and return her to me but have been told that since she has been with this man (in one way or another) for most of her life that she belongs with him and not with me.
I have talked to lawyers that have been unable to help me as well.
Is there anyway that this could be considered kidnapping? Or is there some other way that would allow me to get my daughter back?