This type of case is far to fact specific to be able to give you helpful advice in this forum. I suggest you obtain legal counselASAP. In the meantime, document her actions carefully particularly those where she withholds medical and general well being information and fails to be coopertive . Documenting means write letters to he r confirming her conduct and explaining detriment to children. Best of Luck.
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Martha is 100% correct, you need an attorney to gather and present the evidence in the best possilbe light
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