I would delegate that task to your retained family attorney to ascertain with the Secretary of State of California Department of Driver's Services whether a certain person has requisite driving privileges to transport your children safely. Naturally, you need to provide her date of birth, her Social Security number and a legal spelling of your first and last name for that legitimate inquiry.
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If you have an attorney bring this to their attention. If you are in family law court either your attorney or if you don't have one bring this to the attention of the judge. If she does not know how to drive than the children are in imminent danger?
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