If my daughter signed custody of my grandson to DCF can I go to court to get guardianship. Do I have to go through DCF?I have spoken to the ombudsman in my area due to having problems in the past with the office in my area. i.e. a friend of the ex husband (an investigator) came out to my home after a false allegation was brought against me for removing my son from a bad school into a proper one for his needs. The worst part is that the SPED now states they agree he was in the wrong school. Anyway thats over, and what is important is my grandson. The ombudsman said I can file for custody in court I just want to make sure because they change their minds depending on their mood swings out here. After all the games that have been played in the past is this the best way to go for my grandson? I somehow believe they will try to retaliate and stop it from happening if I go above their politics. I did inform DCF that I want my grandson who by the way has been with me since birth up until 2 yrs ago when the courts gave him back to her. This is so unfair to my grandson. Thank you so much for any advice.
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