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Cps took my grand daughter from her mother and placed in

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Cps took my grand daughter from her mother and placed in foster care in Missouri and the other grand parent has her and I am as the paternal grandmother asking can the parent which is the mother in this case that had the child removed from her and so can the mother be at the residents even if the child is not there? The child is on a visit with me today and I know the mother has been at her mother's home today which has the child placed there by cps on a temp basis
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  JD 1992 replied 4 months ago.

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