Q: How can I get a rehearing or appeal decision for involuntary tpr hearing or transfer case to the state I live in now?
My attorney withdrew at my tpr hearing but right were terminated. My kids attorney had excused absence. My kids were taken by cps because I kept reporting that I was domestically abused. I tried to flee abuse by moving to a different state where he located me 2 weeks after I arrived. Then, cps claims I wouldn't comply with case plan but they wouldn't provide details such as, time, date, location of classes I needed to take. The evidence I have proving I wasn't neglectful to my children was never presented. I need to switch venues now that I have had to move yet again to try to flee from abuser which made it more difficult for me to be present for tpr hearing. The state of Georgia, thomas county specifically, is legally stealing children from parents with low incomes so they can get government funding. I have evidence but who and how can I present this to stop them? Please help me cuz everyone acts like I'm crazy. How can it be best interest to keep kids away from family that loves them
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