My fiance's exwife won't bring his children to see him. She'll tell him she's bringing them and then either not show up at all or come by herself (even though she has no business coming without them). A guard told him that if he contacts the Dept of Social Services, they will give him a form to fill out and the state will take the children from her on his visitation days and have someone else (like me) bring them to see him. Does anyone know if it works like that? Will DSS really do that for him? She won't allow me to bring them to see him...or his mother, or anyone else, so he feels like this is the only way he's going to see his kids. Please let me know if you know anything abou this. Thanks everyone.
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