Q: Can I file an appeal from someone in falsifying court documents and getting custody of my kids? And terminating my right
My aunt is a CPS supervisor here in Franklin County, and she offered to help me with my children until my youngest child was raised in at about 10 months. I was talking to her about getting my kids back and she was telling me that I was doing good and there’s not in the other and then oddly I get a report and call from CPS taking my youngest child so she’s refused to give me my other two children back at this point I’m finding out that she actually went and defend my character and said I haven’t been around since birth, and I have substantial amount of evidence to fight this case and confine zero help and feel cheated and lied to! Now that I wanna have my visitations expanded, she will not let me talk to my kids on the phone, or communicate with me any longer after four consecutive years of me, cooperating with her ordered supervise visits without factual evidence as to why I had to do that other than the fact that she thinks it’s because I don’t have a stable place to live I shouldn’t
A: Sadly. It sounds like the critical decisions were made 4 years ago. That is well outside the 30 day time-line for appeal. As mother you can always file for a change of legal custody of you can show a change of circumstances of either the child or the child's caregiver.
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