Okay so me and my brother live with my father and his girlfriend for almost 6 years. She is like a real mom to me. I just turned 18 and it turns out my father has been doing drugs when were gone. My biological mother is with a abusive man. My brother has no where to go.
You can't really do this without the consent and approval of the parent who has custody of your brother, and that appears to be your father here. You will also need to have a lawyer working for you, What I suggest that you do is call Legal Aid for help. It looks like the nearest office of Lagal Aid to you is probably in Russellville, and their toll free number is 888-877-7150. I wish you good fortune and success in your efforts to care for your brother.
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Is your dad's girlfriend still doing a good job of caring for your brother? If so, you might just want to offer her your help and support, including leting her know that your brother can stay with you anytime she needs to leave him with someone responsible and not your dad. If she and your dad are splitting up, you might actually want to think about supporting her in seeking a guardianship since she is the person who has been doing the work of parenting him and the court will likely take that into account, espcially with your testimony about how the family actually functions.
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