You should hire a lawyer. That's true anytime CPS is involved.
You have clearly done a lot of research but you still need professional help.
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I agree with the previous answer. These cases are complicated and you need an attorney to help you. Call some attorneys from this site to get price quotes and hire one ASAP to get that hearing continued. Best of luck!
Maria is right, it looks like you have definitely done your homework but you would still definitely be well served by having a lawyer represent you. Dealing with CPS is not a level playing field for an unrepresented party - level the playing field by unleashing a lawyer.
Best of luck
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You must focus your fight in disproving her statements in Court to win custody. Hire an attorney. It can make the different between winning and losing.
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