I suggest you go to the court and ask to see your file. Review the documents to try to figure out what the status is. Is there a DCF social worker involved? Try contacting them as well to find out what is going on. Best of Luck to you.
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I agree with the above answer, but consider DCF to be your absolute last resort AFTER consulting with an attorney. DCF does good, but it can also wreak havoc in innocent parents' and children's lives. Take a look at the court file- call ahead to make sure it will be available- if what you seek is missing, speak to a local family law lawyer.
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