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By betaceleste222 — Aug 31, 2017
I had this same issue growing up in care and I was able to talk with my caseworker and let her know that it important for me to have a relationship with my only bio sister. I explained she is not a bad influence she just aged out, thats it. My caseworker then elevated my concerns to my lawyer and the judge granted visitation rights and phone calls... Read more


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By kingdre88 — Aug 31, 2017
Well, we would need you to provide more information to answer this question. There are a lot of reasons why you are not allowed to talk to your sister. I was not allowed to talk to my sister, and brother because they moved out of the city. I had to talk to caseworkers and judges to help me get to talk to my family. I think you might have to do... Read more


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By Christia — Aug 24, 2017
See if you can have a friend or someone who has your back come with you for support. Read more


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By betaceleste — Aug 2, 2017
If you aren't allowed to talk to your sister you should tell the judge. Read more


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By betaceleste — Aug 2, 2017
You should tell you caseworker if you don't want to go to court. Write a letter instead. Or tell your CASA what you would want to say. Read more


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By Celeste — Jul 18, 2017
You should tell your caseworker. If you want to tell the judge your opinion on how things are going, you could put it in a letter. Read more