The simple answer is that you need to follow DFACS' safety plan. If that requires moving away from your spouse, you will have to do it. Moreover, you cannot take them to see him. DFACS does not trust you now that you have violated their safety plan. Therefore, you need to retain an attorney to help you with this matter. Court appointed attorneys are often available in deprivation matters for people who cannot afford one.
I agree with the previous answer - you should try to retain an attorney to help you. If a deprivation action has been filed, then you should be able to get an attorney appointed to represent you at no cost to you. Ask the battered women's shelter you went to if they can help you to make arrangements for an attorney. You may also want to ask the shelter about what kind of support they may have to help you in addressing your husband's violence towards you. If you do not have the phone number for the shelter, you can call 1-800-33-HAVEN and you will be connected with the shelter that serves the county from which you are calling. Good luck.
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