Rodriguez v. Yanez, 817 F.3d 466 (5th Cir. 2016)
Exercise of Custody Rights | Child’s Objection to Return
The exercise of custody rights exists where a parent maintains some sort of relationship with the child. The objection of the child to return may not be sustained by mere preference, as opposed to an actual objection, but the child’s preference to remain with a parent may be relevant to sustain an objection to return.