I raised my kids for 4 by myself me my girlfriend got into an argument at my mom's while everyone was asleep my mother woke up and just to clarify my mother is the biggest 2 face I've ever known she has called dhs on me many times which all got dropped everytime the police got called I got arrested for a&b by strangulation in the presence of a minor mind you I did not do what was said girlfriend got mad and said some bs and my kids was asleep and never woke up dhs got involved and my mom got them which was what she was trying to do the last 4 years dhs told me I couldn't go home cause if I did they would take my kids so then left me homeless and without my kids I was only staying at my mom's for the 2 weeks prior to the indcedent was in the process of finding a new place I got a place and started getting my kids every weekend from my mother never heard anything else from dhs then one weekend went to get my kids and my mom tells me no and if I took them that she would call the police and tells me she went to court and I have to complete a list of stuff to get them back I never got served or notified of any court date to this day except recently for child support lawyer
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I presume you are asking about a court date being "set", it is likely that you mother obtained an "Emergency" guardianship, and she is seeking a Temporary Guardianship. The first "Emergency" order would NOT require you to be present, or for you to have prior notice. A "Review" hearing would then be set and you would be given notice of that hearing. You need an attorney for and Criminal Charges and also for the Guardianship. Meeting with an attorney (in or near the county where things are pending) is the only way you will know what your options are.
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