If dhr has completed the assessment of child abuse/neglect. And dhr didn't find evidence of neglect. Do I get my child back?
1 attorney answer
It sounds like you are cooperating with DHR. I would not advise that you make any statements, enter any agreements or cooperate in any manner without the advice of your own attorney. Treat DHR as you would law enforcement. They are present to gather evidence, which is likely intended to be used against you. They are not present to help you. I recommend you invest in proper legal advice immediately. I wish you the best.
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