I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that this happened.
DCF does have the ability to order that your fiance not spend time with your child after you give birth, while they investigate or if they find that he presents a danger. They're not obligated to reunite the family if they think it's not in the best interests of the children to do so, but when they say that reunification is their end goal, they will work toward that. The more you and your fiance cooperate, the better your chances are. They just want to be sure that your fiance doesn't present a risk of sexual abuse to your children or the one you have together.
There is no way to make a lawyer take a case. The state will provide you with a free lawyer if you're charged with a crime, but not before (hopefully it won't come to that). The best thing to do, I'm sorry to say, is keep looking. Try to find a lawyer with experience in DCF cases, and keep calling. Sometimes your local bar association will have a program that helps connect people with the right type of lawyer, so it's worth looking into whether your country or state offers something like that.
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