Is it up to the lawyer or the DHR caseworker for unsupervised visited with children?
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If you have a lawyer, then you should allow your lawyer to handle all communications. If you do not have your own lawyer, I suggest you hire someone immediately. Parents rarely succeed in dealing with DHR unless they have professional assistance.
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I agree with Mr. Armstrong in the sense that you should probably hire an attorney, or seek an appointed attorney if proceedings have gotten that far. The Alabama DHR workers do not represent your interests. Sometimes they can work with parents, but it's not advisable to try that without counsel from a local attorney.
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