Legal declaration of death made for missing 5-year-old Harmony Montgomery from New Hampshire

On March 12, a judge in New Hampshire made the decision to declare Harmony Montgomery, a 5-year-old who has been missing for over four years, legally dead. This ruling was in response to the request made by her biological mother, and it also paves the way for wrongful death claims to be pursued.

In 2018, Sorey faced a substance abuse issue, which led to her losing custody of Harmony. However, on Tuesday, she was appointed as the administrator of Harmony’s estate. Sorey is now contemplating filing wrongful death lawsuits against the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

“I am Harmony’s voice, and essentially her protector, so everything I do is for her,” Sorey expressed to the court, pointing the blame at the child-welfare systems in both states. “I cannot allow people to forget. Holding only those two individuals accountable is neither fair nor accurate.”

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