They were taken by the courts and put w my parents. They reside in Ma DCF custody
The answers to how you get your kids back or get more involvement with them is different depending on whether DCF or your parents have custody. In your other question, you said your mother has guardianship. If that is the case and it happened 4 years ago, DCF would usually have closed its case by now. Your petition to terminate or change the terms of the guardianship would be between you and your mother in the court that issued the guardianship
On the other hand, if DCF has custody through the court and your parents are just placed in kinship care with your parents by DCF, your court appointed juvenile court attorney should still be involved and can tell you what you need to get your children back.
Your best bet, if you still have a court appointed attorney, is to talk to him/her about the case. If you do not still have or never had a court appointed attorney, you should get a full copy of the file from the court that granted the guardianship and schedule an appointment with a guardianship or care and protection defense attorney to figure out what your legal status is and how to go about changing it.
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