Cps has been called and this isn't the first time i have had to deal with them, but they are trying to use my past against me. If i sign custody of my children over to my dad then they will close the case. Correct??
You are possibly on the right track. Where is the father of the children? The document you describe will be useless.
Hire a lawyer to help you navigate the CPS case and to draft an order making your father a conservator of the children if that still seems an appropriate solution after consultation.
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Turning custody over to dad may result in CPS closing the case but CPS will also look at dad's circumstances. It also depend on what the allegations were that resulted in their involvment. A lawyer will guide you and help you figure out the best way to deal with CPS.
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