If DCF is involved, you will be contacted. Hire a lawyer.
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Just because you have not yet been contacted by DCF does not mean there is no open case at this time. You do not indicate what the parenting plan is at this time, and that may be affected by these developments. Given the seriousness of the allegations, it is prudent to hire an attorney to assist you in dealing with any claims of abuse, and to take the steps necessary to help your children in what appears to be a high conflict relationship with your former spouse.
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