Q: If Tennessee department of chikd services violated numerous of my civil rights and removed my children
With no proof made me pay for the paoers givinf temp custody away or black mail me to split my kids up in different countys if i didnt. Disnt give me chance in court or court date perios but had judge sivn papers for temp custody as ipen case when it was ckosed told my 17 yr old daughyer biut my case but not me spoke to other clients being jnvestigatesdd abiut me and bragged. Refuxed 2nd drug screen when disnt fail first home passed and falsified papera investigated mw for monthe without inforning me bjt tokd my 17 ur old and her non biological grandpa who they maxe me sign temp custody to . please help me my son wants to come home he dont smile no more neither do I we stay sad barely get see wach other his sis and pa are mean to him whip him woth belts cus scream make him do all chores complain bout him eating let him get attacked by a dog. His non bio pas girlfriends dog whom they knew would bite threaten him to be sent off and for him never see me again mean to hom plz help
A: I've very sorry about your situation. You need to contact a local family law attorney in your area. Try to find one that offers a free consultation and they should get back to you with a better response.
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