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BE PROACTIVE! There are very important things you need to do BEFORE CPS ever knocks on your door.
It explains all of your rights and what to say to most all situations.
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They Took The Kids! Now What Do I Do?
What are your rights?
What happens next?
Should you talk to the caseworker or police?
What will the court be like?
TONS of information you need to know RIGHT NOW!
(This course does NOT tell you HOW to get your children back. That is in the next course.)
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Teach your children about CPS
Teach your children about CPS and how to answer them. Tell them to say “I do not want to talk to you.” Have them keep repeating it for every question they are asked. Their answers will seal their fate if they do not refuse to answer.
They will record the conversation. They will ask your 5-year-old if he minds if they record him. They will even advise him to say “Yes”. Talk to your children and teach them to say “NO!” when they are asked to be recorded.
They will then start asking them some “softball” questions like “Who is your favorite teacher? or “What is your favorite color? After that they will move on to the “hardball” questions like “How often does your daddy make you touch his penis? Or “How often do your parents hit you?” Always assume that the investigator will talk to your children before they talk to you. It will probably be at their school.
When the CPS caseworker knocks on your door and asks to come in, say “NO, but I will talk to you right here.” (When you invite them in is when you lose your rights.)
Ask WHAT SPECIFICALLY are you accused of
Most of the time, the caseworker wants to keep you in the dark as to what you have been accused of. They are required by federal and state law to tell you the details of the accusation at your first contact. Don’t settle for the answer of “abuse” or “neglect.” or even “Family Discord”. Those are categories, not details. You are entitled to know what specific actions you are accused of committing. Such as… The neighbor says you slap your child.
The accusation IS the evidence against you
The stance the caseworker is taking is that you are guilty until you can prove innocence. The accusation IS the evidence against you. That caseworker is there to find evidence to support what she already believes to be true – that you abused your child.
But you do NOT want to try to prove your innocence to them at the door. You WILL be sorry you ever said anything. It is only natural that you would want to defend your innocence so that they can see that there is no problem here.
If you can afford to hire a family court attorney, tell them “I have nothing to talk to you about. You can talk to my attorney.” They will probably ask you their name. If you have one, tell them their name. If you do not have one, tell them you will be seeking out legal counsel and would rather they talk to them. Get their card and then close the door and do not let them into your home. (I hope you DO get some legal counsel because that interrogator might come back with reinforcement.) You will want to hire an attorney that is experienced in FIGHTING CPS. Most attorneys believe that their job is to make sure that their clients do everything CPS asks of them. If This goes to court you can best bet that the state-appointed attorneys are NOT going to work very hard to stop CPS.
If you say nothing to them, you have taken away their greatest weapon, which is their ability to twist your words.