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My daughter had a son in November who was born addicted to

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My daughter had a son in November who was born addicted to Heroin. He was placed in foster care soon after and she was incarcerated for Probation Violation. She has been in custody since Dec. 5, 2008 and is curently waiting for a bed at a Live In facility. Since her arrest she has had one visit with her son and when she calls to inquire about him they will not answer any of her questions wether it be about his health or any visits. Her Parental Rights have not been terminated and she is still his mother. My question is this, since her Parental Rights have not been terminated doesn't she have the right to suppervised visitation and informantion reguarding her son? If so, how do we go about enforcing these rights?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  RayAnswers replied 7 years ago.
Thanks for your question. she may well have visitation rights. She would have to write to the case worker here and request visitation in this matter. The problem or hold up may be transportation to and from the location where she is at.

But the worker shoudl be able to facilitate that and she needs to pursue this. Otherwise they may allege abandonment, etc. So please make her be persistent in this situation or they will try to use it against . She has to persistent even if that means a letter a day until they agree to allow it . You are correct in think that she has rights and needs to assert them in this situation. I wish you good luck here..

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