Parental Rights In Kansas

Jun 25, 2010

parental rights in kansas
How can parental rights be taken when parent is in another state an is unable to afford an attorney?

I live in Texas, My children live in Kansas with the fathers Parents. I have been wanting them back every since they left. today they are having a court hearing to take my childern an place them in SRS custody an take my parental rights away. I talk to the judge an he would not postpone the court hearing what can I do

I am sorry you are going through this. I wish you had posted this question when you learned of the court hearing. This would have given you time with some information and resources to help you. Now, we can not dwell on this. Right now, let’s focus on what can be done now. I just want to tell you, it is never too late to do something. So do not give up.

Here are some sites to help you find an attorney for low income families.

http://www.usattorneylegalservices.com/Texas-free-legal-aid.html

http://www.familysolutioncenters.com/?gclid=CPrIzuue2Z4CFRqfnAod8z_eyA

Whatever you do, keep a record of EVERYTHING. Write down when you called and asked for this case to be postponed, who you talk to, and what time. Do the same for calls to your attorney, all calls with your in-laws. Don’t give up. Good luck.

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