Q: a judge is making me deal with DCFS for an unborn child when no other children live in the home? Also go to juvenile co
I'm going to adult court for me, and juvenile court for the unborn child? I don't understand how DCFS can be involved if the child isn't born yet, and if no other kids are in the home. I also don't get why I'm also seeing a juvenile judge for my unborn baby when I'm an adult. How does any of this work? DCFS even said they never seen anything like this and they don't know how they can even open a case without a child present.
A: You need a family law attorney, not criminal defense
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