She wont let me see my daughter and she has two sisters and a brother plus my wife raised her from when I was granted custody when she was 2 all the way till she was 8.
I don't fully understand what you are asking.
If I read things correctly, you were granted guardianship of your daughter and mom's rights were terminated by the juvenile court.
Then you complain that someone won't let you see your daughter. But who is that?
Based on what you say, you don't have an attorney. That is a big mistake in a custody dispute. There are preferences for "joint custody" which may not be best in your case. As such, you need to prepare to vigorously assert your custody claims and concerns to do what truly is in the child's best interests.
You need to get with an aggressive family law attorney who has experience with paternity, custody, adoption, and difficult cases. I know what these cases are like, having handled a number. Do your online research and get moving forward. Please understand that this site does not allow us to recommend any attorney or firm.
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