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When a child is taken from the parents and put into foster care does the parents get arrested or charges filed

When a child is taken from the parents and put into foster care does the parents get arrested or charges filed Topic: Do all the sister wives work
June 20, 2019 / By Darleen
Question: Here's what happened well, this is all the info my sister in-law has given us. My Nephew went to school today, the school called cps which then called her and had her meet cps at the Dr's office to have him evaluated. CPS then kept him and took him to a foster home. They were questioning his scratches and scars that he has all over his body. Now he does have eczema and had chicken pock last year and he does have alot of scars but we all (in-law side) live in Texas while they live in Colorado so I can't say for sure if there are anyother scaring but anyways. CPS said that since all family lives out side of the state they couldn't place him in our care. My brother, his father is in the Air Force and has been over seas for 7 months. Our side of the family is just trying to get as much info on this as we can and they won't give us any and we don't know if she's telling us everything. Since they took him into custody wouldn't they have arrested her or pressed charges? Why is she free?
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Originally Answered: Kids I babysat lied to parents that I abused them, parents want to press charges?
you want is called a "power of attorney". It's a legal document that would give them he ability to legally act as you under circumstances that you would describe in the document (which would in this case be in matters pertaining to childcare). It would not give them any custody rights and you could revoke it without notica at any time. When you have the document drafted make sure it ncludes health care, school, and whatever else you might want. You should contact a paralegal n your area todi scuss this immediatley. But, it sounds almost like you don't trust them not to steal your baby, and this makes me wonder why you'd consider this if that were the case.
Originally Answered: Kids I babysat lied to parents that I abused them, parents want to press charges?
It's actually not that bad since they are your parents- the child's grandparents. Don't sign any custody over to anyone; you don't need to. If they are the biological grandparents, they have a TON of leeway in the system for providing support for the baby. Trust me, they don't need custody to take the child to the doctor, help with school, anything. When it comes time for school, you will just need to let the school know that they are approved by you to pick up after school and such. As long as you aren't trying to do anything outside the norm, it won't raise a problem. Are you worried that they would try to take the baby away from you? Not let you have him/her when you are ready to step out on your own? You probably will want to go to college locally so you can have a relationship with your baby the whole time. If you disappear for 4 years and then show up expecting to have a relationship magically appear, that's when you might run into trouble. But if you and your parents work together all along the way, there won't be any bombshells waiting when you graduate and are ready to move out on your own.

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