There are some people who are not attorneys who have called people whose phone numbers were found on this site. One more thing – there is no way I can guarantee that someone will contact you. Some lawyers do scan the page to see if there’s someone in their area needing help, but I don’t know if you’ll get a call or email.Keep looking for a lawyer locally – and consider looking in nearby counties.Email addresses should be written out like this: yourname[at]– this should keep spammers from collecting your email for nefarious purposes. Fight CPS doesn’t ask for money, and if someone claims to be from this site and asks for money, you KNOW that person is not to be trusted.If someone contacts you, BE CAREFUL and BE DISCERNING. Please be aware that if someone is asking for money for a service, and you can’t verify on the web that the person is an attorney, you might not want to do business with that person. See: Fight CPS does not endorse or work with Bellas Law or other paralegal organizations or businesses.Also, read about what the ABA is trying to get CPS attorneys to do for you: National Project to Improve Representation for Parents Involved in the Child Welfare System.
DO – Create your own “Fight CPS Strategy” for working on your CPS case.I discovered modafinil through an underground entrepreneur's forum. Some say you should chop a pill in half and take 100 mg for your first bite.The guys on the forum loved it and went bananas over it. Caution isn't my style and I popped the first one around 8am.Most of the people you’ll meet on this site or on Facebook or other online groups are NOT attorneys and are NOT qualified to give legal advice.You might get good ideas and suggestions from other parents, but be aware that the best source of information is a local attorney who has all the details about your case.DON’T – Expect an attorney to do all the work for you. DO – Write your own legal documents such as a Declaration of Facts and/or a statement of Objections and Corrections to the Report of the Social Worker.