My wife went to Ireland with my 14 yr old daughter on June 30 for a 6 weeks vaca

Canada
July 27, 2006 8:18pm CST
My wife went to Ireland with my 14 yr old daughter on June 30 for a 6 weeks vacation now I was informed that they are not coming back. Please tell me what legal rights I have for this situation
6 responses
• India
30 Jul 06
I hope a good news from you very soon, if it is real then they will get back to you, all is in his hands, he will do better for you pray him he never give up good deeds, he helps you dont worry, i pray the god to help u, he knows what to do and and every thing present past future are for our sake only dont dissappoint they will get back to u very soon beleive him and pray him, he will give what u want.
• India
29 Jul 06
U just go and inform to canada foreign travel mediation office, about the exact thing and they will follow up for the furthur process, nothing will happen to your wife and daughter, they will be very soon to u. I pray the god , he will help you.
28 Jul 06
Also it depends why she doesnt like Canada and why she is depressed. Is there anything you can do to change something to try and persude her to come back. Is there anything about the place you live she might like to be changed (ie decorating, clearing out). Just try to be normal whilst their on vacation, when you speak to them ask if they are enjoying their vacation, what they have been up to during their time in Ireland and make clear you are looking forwards to them returning. Just keep supporting her as best you can, its all you can do.
28 Jul 06
There are different laws for different countries but I think your daughter can choose who she wants to live with. I guess you have to wait till the return date has passed before you can do anything legally, if they dont come back. Your wife is probably finding things different during her menopause, she may just need space, may think she wants to be dependent for once etc etc (ive heard it can do funny things to ppl!). She may decide to come back once shes had some space, or may feel she cant cope on her own. I once heard this and it always stops me and make me think whenever I am in a situation where it might apply - If you love them, let them be free, if they return it was meant to be! Give her some space for a week or so and they try to talk with her. Just be yourself and show you will support her with whatever is wrong. Good luck!
@Andy77 (432)
• United States
28 Jul 06
Can you go to Ireland to talk with her? You can also talk to your daughter and find out if she wants to stay there or return. What is in Ireland that is so important to your wife? Relatives? Maybe they can help.
@sedel1027 (17851)
• United States
28 Jul 06
Where are you from? Even though you and your wife are married, if she is staying in Ireland and keeping your kid without your permission, you can charge her with kidnapping if you so choose. Since she is out of the country I am not quite sure how this would work but I do know the US has an Ebassy in Ireland that may be able to help you out. I would first call the police and say that your wife kidnapped your daughter, the get a really good family law lawyer to help you get your daughter back, file for a quick divorce based on abandonment (keep everything valuable and give her all the debt that belongs to her), get full custody and move on with your life. Do you know why your wife has decided to stay in Ireland?