My 6 yr old was kidnapped , cops wouldn't do a missing persons report cus he was taken by family . Dfcs found my child and now they want my new born . I called the fbi they said they were getting a agent on it but it will be to late by then . I have till the 14th to save my 6 yr old and my unborn baby.
No. An adoption is an involved process and will take months to complete, if it is even possible. Besides which, an adoption by a friend would terminate your rights to your children, permanently. There is not enough clear information in your post for any us to give you any real advice (nor should there be as this is a public forum). You badly need an attorney who can listen to all of the details and advise you. If a Dependency action has been filed with regard to your children and you cannot afford an attorney, the court should appoint one.
Of course you can't do that. Let me blunt: yours is a guarantee, if you could try, to permanently lose your children. Hope that DFCS, whose attorneys sometimes read here, don't see your public post here on the internet (this is the internet), as you are obviously at risk to never see your children and lose them forever. Adoptions even when possible, and in your situation it's impossible, take several months at best. With dfcs involved you need to abandon plotting, comply with safety plans, get along with the caseworkers and MOST IMPORTANTLY HIRE COUNSEL IMMEDIATELY. If you get your act together and listen to your lawyer, stop calling the police and FBI (who won't and can't assist), and act sensibly you improve chances of some time with your children. I know this sounds blunt but ignore it at your peril.
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