My daughter did everything in her power to get taken out of my care from. Cps and she accomplished it by making false allegations on my husband that's he had had sexual relationship with her for two months and that I knew it was going on and allowed it to continue. She is 14 years old and has a long extensive history on telling huge untruths and manipulation. I have her medical records and documentation to back up everything I am saying is correct. The police had come to my home with c.s.i and gathered my electronics and bedding for them to examine and determine if what she is saying can be found or not. He had gotten some letter in the mail that stated there finding were substantiated. I'm unclear what they mean by that. And do I have the chance or how would I go to the social workers and help them better understand and show them my daughter is sick and has a definite issue with being a liar. She is the girl that cries wolf.
If your daughter has been removed from your custody by CPS you should have a court-appointed lawyer, and they will be able to tell you how to use your evidence in your case. If you do not have a lawyer, or feel they are not helping you, you need to hire your own juvenile dependency attorney, immediately, to make sure your evidence is properly presented in your proceeding.
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