Do I have to go back to court after the general magistrates recommendations have been approved?
1 attorney answer
You need to meet with a lawyer and have them review the documents and orders to see what the next steps are. Often times a clause that one have stable living arrangements etc needs to be taken back to a judge to have them review and OK the situation before placing a child back into those circumstances. The judge is supposed to act in the best interest of the child, but can't do that with out the information as to what your status is.
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