Well if you want to file here give it a shot. You really need this forms manual. Internet forms for the most part are lousy and they just take your money here. This is an excellent easy to read form book here. Look up a motion to modify here. It will be for a regular custody case so you will have to plug in TDFPS or CPS or whatever they are called these days. I wouldn't worry so much about being perfect here. The court in this kind of situation wouldn't expect perfection.
Another alternative here is to ask to talk to the supervisor of the case worker. Each unit has one. There were two child welfare
units in Midland and two units in Odessa. This may have changed here, it's been a few years.
At any rate like the military the supervisors and the program manager are the brains of the operation. I would suggest writing them a letter and requesting a meeting first. I would tell them what you are telling me that you have done what has been requested, you are frustrated with the lack of progress or transistion and you are considering taking independent legal action.
See what comes out of the meeting. This is what lawyers do, they try to make peaceful progress and then if that doesn't work you file your motion.Get some chiefs involved here, maybe they will see the light here.
Meanwhile get your forms and work on this. You decide after the meeting if you shoud file here.Either way you are some days from having resolution of this. I understand it is hard to be patient here. Agencies are like a big aircraft carrier, they have momentum of their own, they don't change direction or anything else rapidly.
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