You need to get an attorney ASAP. DSS has a lot of authority to take your kids away and I have personally seen them ruin families as both a judge and as an attorney. You need an attorney to look out for your best interests and fight DHS. Best of luck
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Per previous answers, you should be provided counsel if you are indigent. If not, it would behoove you to visit with a dependency and neglect attorney. At this juncture, you should have received a Petition in Dependency & Neglect which details the legal and factual allegations, and you should get a jury trial if you wish to dispute the facts or conclusions. However, it is hard to give detailed information based on this amount of information.
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