Humble, TX asked in Adoption, Child Custody and Family Law for Texas

Q: how can I find out if I still have custody of my kids. The mother lost custody about 4yr ago and I just found out about

I have always been involved with my kids and I have court order child support and visitation I have always struggled to get the mother to follow the orders. But this weekend my daughter came to me and told me that their mother don't have custody of them. That Cps took her right I was never informed of this by anyone. Not even the mother of my kids I have questions why my kids are stay with the grandma. She tells me that it's because of the school is better where she lives. I have not been happy about it I have told her then let them stay with me she says no. I have brought it up to her today and she tells me that my daughter is lying to me but my daughter is now12 yr old. I would think she would be telling me the truth and I no my kids mom she will lying to me all the time. So I guess what I am asking is how would I find out with out involving my kids other family. Because my daughter is want to come live with me but I need to know if I have lost custody to to my kids because

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Rahlita D. Thornton

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A: There's a lot going on in your situation. It would be most helpful for you to schedule a consultation with an attorney.

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