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I saw these words written in an intro on the FightCPS forum today: “My caseworker seems like no help.” I’d like to tell this person: there’s a reason for that.
Ted Visner is committed to exposing courtroom injustice, and has been doing this via his blog and YouTube since 2012. This year he turned his attention to the issue of child protective services abductions.
This is a US federal bill for restoration of parental rights in reference to educational choices for children only. It is an education bill, not a Health and Human Services bill. It is not a law yet, and doesn’t go far enough in the restoration of parental rights but is either a good start or […]
I’ve been fighting CPS a long time now – more than twenty years – and I’ve discovered the most effective way to get help during a CPS case… and that’s through prayer. Yes, I believe God is more effective than lawyers, though you need both when you’re involved with CPS. I know some will want […]
I’ve been changing the site design today – not because I wanted to see something different, but because Google wants us to make all websites responsive for mobile devices. I purchased a good quality theme and hope you will find it easy to navigate.
I just got a comment from someone who said he makes a living by “undercutting lawyers” and working for pro-se litigants. I hope he isn’t coming to FightCPS to look for new clients! I say that because in most states it is illegal for anyone to work as a paralegal without the direct supervision of […]
Update 4/8/15 – The march has come and gone already. For more information about the organizer of this event, read this article: So Cal march against CPS, new Website launched by Mark Wachtler, published in Whiteout Press on 3/20/15. There will be a memorial march on the fifth anniversary of the murder of Georgia Senator […]
Are you surprised, shocked, and dismayed to find that your long-distant past is being held against you in a CPS case? This is common practice for child protective services social workers.