You are outmatched and are up against a very tough opponent, CPS, who seemingly has unlimited resources to fight you in court.
Although the juvenile court will likely appoint you an attorney at no cost, expect that you will get what you paid for, maybe.
You should immediately seek the advice of a private attorney who specializes in juvenile law.
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You should have a court appointed attorney assigned to your case. Most parents in CPS cases in Arizona qualify for free counsel. If you are not satisfied with the attorney, you should quickly consider engaging an attorney who has handled many CPS cases and understands the complexities of the process. Best of luck. Here is a link to an article you might find helpful too:
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