Indianapolis divorce lawyer Katherine Flood answers your question: If CPS "substantiated" the allegation (found it to be true), then you should comply with their demands, or you could indeed face having your child removed from your custody. If you disagree with CPS's finding, then you can appeal it to an administrative law judge. The report the agency provided you should have instructions on how to appeal an adverse finding.
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The foregoing is not intended to be specific legal advise, but rather general information. If you require specific legal advise, you should retain a qualified attorney in your area.
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