Minnesota  |  Family Law

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Asked on: 9/26/11, 7:30 am

My husband and I had a fight, and I punched him. My 6 yr. old daughter called 911 because she was scared. (She has never seen us fight.) Child protective services called and said that they wanted to meet with all three of us. I agreed and we scheduled a time. When I picked my daughter up from school to take her home for the meeting, she informed me that she had to go to the principals office and talk to the lady that would be at our house. How can they question my child without my knowledge? Everything has worked out fine so far, my daughter is very honest. But shouldn't we have the right to have someone present during the interview? Whether it be myself, my husband, or our attorney?

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