Can my husband leave the country for scheduled work if a CPS complaint has been lodged and a criminal and CPS investigation are expected. It was lodged today.
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
He should be available to answer questions, but unless a court has ordered something, he should be fine. It would help to contact a local attorney who does juvenile work.
Child Abuse Lawyer
So long as there is no order requiring him to stay, he can leave. Having practiced in this area in FL for several years, I can advise, however, that appearances are important: if it suddenly seems he's skipping town and he doesn't cooperate with CPS's investigation (NOT the criminal investigation-- that I'll address after), that may raise questions. As for the criminal investigation, it's always best to have an attorney at your side during any such interview.