discussion question

Thomas, who lives in Arizona, has retained your firm to file a motion for a change of custody of his child, Luke. Thomas had been married to Mia until their divorce two years ago. Mia was awarded primary physical custody of their only son, Luke, pursuant to an order issued by the state of Colorado. Mia continues to live in the state of Colorado. During a recent visitation with Luke, Thomas refused to return Luke to his mother. It has been 2 months since Thomas has refused to return Luke to Mia in Colorado. Instead, he decided to seek a change in custody. Will Arizona be able to hear a change of custody request by Thomas? From a biblical perspective, is Thomas honoring his obligations as Luke’s father? Use cited Scripture to inform your response. Fully explain your answers.