My grandson was removed from my daughter on 10/31 2018... He was placed in foster care... My neighbor 3 blocks away.
She is trying to adopt him...I was told to get the attorney information.. So I can file for custody or a family member.. She allows my daughter to take him anytime.. She also allows her to take him where she lives to sleep with her... She is not following the rules of a foster parent... So I'm wanting to speak with my grandsons attorney.. So I can go to court and speak with the judge.
Your first step is to hire experienced dependency counsel to represent you to the court. In the meantime, you should write a letter to the court, expressing your concerns and requesting to be considered for placement. Juvenile dependency matters are very complex, so you should get your own attorney as soon as possible.
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