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i have 3 grandkids who have 3 different fathers and who have recently been separated by the juvenile?

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Answer #1 | 14/01 2014 10:12
you need to consult the childs social workers
Answer #2 | 14/01 2014 10:41
yes you do have that right your county's free family law center has great info and workshops for filling out forms to do so
Answer #3 | 14/01 2014 11:14
Don't wait until the CPS case is closed to negotiate this. Work with the social workers on this now and you can have an open adoption set up legally between the siblings. It will be harder to do it if you wait. Tell your social worker that you want the paperwork drawn up legally because you are concerned that he won't continue to allow them to visit once the adoptions go through. Be prepared that you will be expected to meet him half way and both of you will be expected to be flexible. It is most common to have these agreements be informal, but don't let CPS tell you that it can't be formalized because it absolutely can, sometimes CPS just doesn't want to pay for the mediator who will handle the legal aspect of this.
Answer #4 | 14/01 2014 19:39
What would have been in the best interests of your grandchildren would have been you raising your own children properly so they wouldn't grow up to breed with anything that moves and be deemed unfit to raise their own children. You're about a generation too late to be all concerned now.

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