My children were taken from their home based on a safety plan I was coerced into signing under the color of law. I've already written up an affidavit which explains what really happened and rescinds all signatures I've given them. Nothing has been done in court yet and I still have custody of them just not physical placement (supervised visitation). I'm delivering them to multiple people via certified mail with receipt. Does this mean I can go get my children once I submit them at the postal office?
You need to get an attorney ASAP.
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No, mailing an Affidavit will not undo what's been done, and you cannot simply go retrieve your children once they have been removed by CPS. I agree with Attorney Siepmann that you should get a really good attorney immediately and you should NOT act on your own in this case. Someone else has your children, and you should not expect that asserting your rights will get them back to you anytime soon. You can find contact information here on Avvo for an attorney who can help you. Good luck!
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