Me and my boyfriend have been wanting to get married but cps said we can't live together because we both have separate open cps cases if we get married are we still not going to be able to live together??
Without more information, any answer to your question would be pure speculation. I believe that the wisest course of action is to pay for a consultation with an experienced family law attorney in your area who also does dependency work. Let that attorney know everything related to your boyfriend's CPS case and your case. Whatever course of action you take may affect you and your boyfriend and the relationship(s) you may or may not be able to ever have with any of your children.
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