Q: I have a dependency court case, I have an appeal in court of appeals, with out my knowledge. I filed a civil case in fed
the dependacy case they took my 3 kids, and suggested I do some services, which will take 6 months. They were taken do to homelessness. I was living in missouri and came to calif to locate my boyfriends familly members to no avail. In the process we had car trouble at stayed in hotels. during which time my boyfriend (Father} had his wallet come up missing. All of our finances were kept in a paypal account. 7,000.00. The card connected to the account was lost with the wallet. long story short I have a depenact case now an appeals case and a federal civil case where I filed as sui juris. and they in turn made me pro se. my question is how will this effect the other court cases. I didn't file the civil case to get my kids back but to sue for damages. the defendants are moving to dismiss, because they say i am trying to use the the case to overturn a ruling in the state court. Not true so how do I amend my complaint and answer the dismissal of my federal law suit??
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