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On March 21, 2014 my two daughters were removed from my home

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On March 21, 2014 my two daughters were removed from my home in place in the foster care due to my husband and eyes drug addiction we completed all requirements that was asked of us and was reunified with our girls three months later they were completely released to our care in November 2014.
My daughters spend their summers in Las Vegas with their biological father every year this past summer my ex-husband was under the impression that my husband and I were using again which led him to call and make a claim with our local social services during the time that the girls were gone my has been and I get a relapse my girls have not been home for a week but social services has called and requested that we come up and talk to them because there is now an investigation should I be worried about them getting a hair follicle? What should I do?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Ely replied 1 year ago.

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I am sorry to hear about this situation. What do you mean "what should I do?" This is a very open ended question. Can you be more specific?

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