What can I do to get my child(ren) back more quickly?

It is important for you to act immediately and attend any court hearings. If you qualify, you will be assigned an attorney to work with you on your case. Your attorney can advise you on what options may be available to you and assist you in making decisions on how to approach your case.

It is important to stay in touch with your attorney and your caseworker. Stay in touch with your social worker even if you are angry with him/her for taking your children away. Attend all visitations. Ask questions if you are not clear on what you need to be doing. Focus on what is important – reuniting with your children.

on 02/20/2015
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