Q: I want to know if i go get my kids from my x sister iñ law she has temporary custody of them. Due 2 the fact they were
Removed from him. His house was raided 4 drugs & drugs were found with both my girls being there my 15 yr old & my 12 yr old who has down sydrome. The NTF notified cps they came did a emergency removal never notified me about it. My girls were taken 2 get druged tested cps didnt all9w me 2 go comfort them after that they took them to the recieving home not allowing me to have them. My x was taking into custudy & they want me to drug test & due there programs. I havent been charged with anything no co7rt order nothing but i cant have my girls for false allegations my x said about ne & what my 15 yr old was told 2 say about ne from her father. My x is a alienation parent & he is also a narcissist cps doesnt know about it. My attorney doesnt do nothiñg 4 me & now the case has become about me & cps isnt listening 2 anything i have 2 say there just on his síde. My girls dont want 2 be with him. They r scared of him & it goes on & on & on. Dont know what 2 do. Cps has violated all my rights
A: Often CPS and the courts ask the parents to do things like drug test and attend classes to make sure the parent is committed to ensuring the children's safety and well being. Often success requires cooperating with CPS and showing them that you are all about the kids.
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