What exactly is it that she is seeking? Is she in fear of the ex-husband, has he done something?
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This is too abstract. We can't answer questions that someone that you know "may" have about the consequences of certain events that she "may be" interesting in learning. You should have a very frank discussion with her and remove any ambiguity about what she is trying to accomplish. She should have no problem with this if she is a friend.
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando/Longwood/Central Florida)
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DCF has a number of services to offer parents in this set of circumstances. Most likely, if a DCF action has been filed, DCF will ask for a staffing to determine if there are any programs that can help parents like your friend. If a DCF action has been filed, your friend has probably been assigned counsel by the court. It may be worth her while as well to talk to private counsel for someone to assist with this process.
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