If you are 18 years old, then you are not required to live with your parents, and you are not required to speak with CPS. If CPS tries to talk to you and you don't want to talk, just say so. If they won't leave you alone, then tell them to speak with your lawyer, and have a number handy. You can find attorneys in your area by searching among the profiles here on AVVO. Good luck!
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