Q: Enforcing order, Grprt have kids I'm suppose to get calls everyday, dont answer. They lied to dfcs to get custody of the
When they do answer they claim the kids dont wanna talk to me and are scared of me. I've never showed anything but love towards my children and when they left my possession they very much didnt want to go, it was hard. Within a week they had my kids saying hurtful things to me and being rude without getting on to them or having them show me respect. They started calling me by my FIRST name not mom. After about two weeks they wouldn't even come to the phone about that time my kids got court orders to go to court, I was 0n the phone with my kids they had my child lie and pinched him when he tried to tell me the cops come, they were in with there father in THEIR possession with drugs in a vehicle, police didn't even call me. They called the grandmother, I had custody of the kids then. They started refusing my calls after that. I didnt even know my kids were in a stop with thier father until right before they went to court for it. Anyways, I haven't heard from them in 2 years. Advise
A: Given the circumstances, you should consult with an attorney to discuss your options on filing a contempt or modification of custody action.
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