me and my fiancee have been getting four hours unsupervised as our sons were adjudicated dependent and almost in care for one year and with compliance to the dss plan we have been working on they have stated and evidence shows we have made some headway however i have concern with being pregnant again they could remove this child at birth. no drugs are in our case and no risk of drugs nor abuse or neglect were present however in incident in the home and couples issues we have worked through in couples counseling since have been voiced. also i get ssi and ssdi and do according to my doctor who treats me for my mental issues states i do not need medication and that i am stable and doing well. I am unsure if they could take this child and want to know in nc law what rights dss has here?
They would need to have new grounds, as related to the child to be born.
I would set up a meeting or phone call with your current appointed attorney to discuss your concerns, as they will have all the pertinent information regarding your case, to give you the best advice.
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