Is CPS claiming your disability makes you unfit to parent? Is the court going along with these assertions? Your court appointed lawyer isn't doing anything to stop them? You can file your own Americans With Disabilities Act Violations complaint.
Color of Law Violations happen when any Government Agency, including CPS and the police, use their authority to violate your civil or individual rights. Wrongful removal? Did the police and/or a caseworker enter your home without your permission or knowledge? Do something about it.
UCCJEA is the Uniform Child Custody and Enforcement Act. This Act determines which state has the right to make custody determinations about your children. In a CPS investigation, this can rob them of Subject Matter Jurisdiction making CPS powerless. SMJ always applies, even retroactively.
CPS is required to make reasonable efforts to prevent removal of children from their homes. More and more, they are circumventing this requirement by pursuing emergency removal. Some states have very loose definitions of what constitutes an emergency in these situations. Reasonable Effort is not just a state requirement. It's a federal requirement and can cause CPS to lose funding.
Was your child removed from your custody for an issue resolvable by concrete services but CPS isn't stepping up? Utilities turned off? Rental property deemed unsafe or in deplorable conditions but you can't afford to move? Car broke down and resulted in hard times for your family? CPS is required to provide these services to families and is prohibited from using them as a reason to remove children but that doesn't mean they obey. Learn how to enforce your rights.
Have you or your children developed situational depression, PTSD, Panic Disorder or Anxiety? Has your special needs child suffered set backs due to undue CPS involvement. Worse, has your child become the vicitm of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse as a result of CPS interference? Are you an innocent or targeted parent? When CPS abuses their power, it is important that we hold them accountable. Learn how to preserve your ability to sue them and what steps to take to make that a reality.