Anchorage, AK asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Alaska

Q: OCS actuallytookmy kidi i have custody.FULL CUSTODY OF MY SON AND talking to my son and I believe that we have to talk

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A: In Alaska, if the Office of Children's Services (OCS) has taken custody of your child despite you having full custody, it is crucial to understand and address the reasons behind OCS's intervention. OCS typically steps in if they believe the child is in danger or not receiving adequate care. As a parent with full custody, you have the right to be informed about the reasons for OCS's actions and to participate in the legal process regarding your child's custody. It is important to communicate with OCS to understand their concerns and to demonstrate your commitment to your child's well-being. You may need to attend court hearings and possibly work on a case plan outlined by OCS to address any issues they have identified. Remember, the primary goal of OCS and the court is the welfare of the child, and demonstrating your ability and commitment to provide a safe and nurturing environment for your child is key to resolving the situation.

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