You are further notified of the availability of information set forth in Wis. Stat. § 767.081 from the family court commissioner, which provides as follows:
767.081 Information from family court commissioner.
(1) Upon the filing of an action affecting the family, the family court commissioner shall inform the parties of any services, including referral services, offered by the family court commissioner and by the director of family court counseling services under s. 767.11.
(2) Upon request of a party to an action affecting the family, including a revision of judgment or order under s. 767.32 or 767.325:
(a) The family court commissioner shall, with or without charge, provide ...view middle of the document...
2. The department of health and social services or the department of corrections or any person, county department under s. 46.215, 46.22, or 46.23 or licensed child welfare agency, if custody of the child has been transferred under ch. 48 or 938 to that department, person, or agency.
(b) Except as provided under ch. 48 and 938, whoever intentionally causes a child to leave, takes a child away, or withholds a child for more than 12 hours beyond the court-approved period of physical placement or visitation period from a legal custodian with intent to deprive the custodian of his or her custody rights without the consent of the custodian is guilty of a Class C felony. This paragraph is not applicable if the court has entered an order authorizing the person to so take or withhold the child. The fact that joint legal custody has been awarded to both parents by a court does not preclude a court from finding that one parent has committed a violation of the paragraph.
(2) Whoever causes a child to leave, takes a child away, or withholds a child for more than 12 hours from the child’s parents or, in the case of a nonmarital child whose parents do not subsequently intermarry under s. 767.60, from the child’s mother or, if he has been granted legal custody, the child’s father, without consent of the parents, the mother or the father with legal custody, is guilty of a Class E felony. This subsection is not applicable if legal custody has been granted by court order to the person taking or withholding the child.
(3) Any parent, or any person acting pursuant to directions from the parent, who does any of the following is guilty of a Class C felony:
(a) Intentionally conceals a child from the child’s other parent.
(b) After being served with process in an action affecting the family but prior to the issuance of a temporary or final order determining child custody rights, takes the child or causes the child to leave with intent to deprive the other parent of physical custody as defined in s. 822.02(9).
(c) After issuance of a temporary or final order specifying...