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Generally, DCFS does not need any type of a warrant or court order to interview minor children and if the parent refuses such interview, then DCFS can remove children from the parents, if DCSF believes that there is some type of child abuse, neglect or imminent danger that exists for the minor children.
So generally, it would be a good idea to consult and retain an experienced local child custody attorney, who can be present during the interview by the DCFS and can protect parents' legal and parental rights.
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