I am sorry you are having a horrid experience in Court. While often times people think they have stronger cases than their experienced attorneys, it certainly seems as if there is something wrong if parties are not appearing for the process.
You would be well served by bringing all of your paperwork, including the preliminary report written by CPS in anticipation of the Initial Dependency Hearing, to a seasoned Arizona Dependency attorney for review. This is not the sort of thing that you are going to get in a free consultation, so be prepared to pay for the attorney's time. www.woodnicklaw.com
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Attorneys should not miss scheduled court dates. Sometimes circumstances arise that prohibits a lawyer appearing and they usually contact the court to let them know. You should consult with your attorney as to what happened and how this affects your case, and what needs to be done to be ready for your next court date. Should you not be satisfied with your lawyer you may want to consider talking to another lawyer to represent you on this matter.Ask a similar question