Regarding my granddaughter. I went to Ms Rosie Diaz-Mejico Paralegal in good faith. She was to prepare the guardianship paperwork, and upon me signing them she would submit the papers to the Riverside Supreme Court, Family Law. Upon signing the papers she told me that I should have a court appearance scheduled by the first week in September.
I was ordered by Riverside County, CPS, to obtain guardianship as soon as possible. The worker said that if I didn't I risk losing her to the state. I had physical custody for 19 months and it was time to take a legal stand. And she was serious. I had to fax to the CPS Worker the name of the person helping me with the guardianship. That is Rosie Diaz-Mejico.
I called Rosie during the first week of September. She either wasn't there or was ignoring my phone calls. I tried several times. I called the mid part of September and finally she answered my call. She said that she was still working on getting the court date. And she would call me when something came up. She still had all of the paperwork -- for the guardianship.
In looking at my online banking account I see that the check I wrote for services rendered was dated August 10, 2006. The payee was "Proper Paralegal Service." On the back of the check I noticed that Ms Diaz had cashed the check the following day after it was issued, August 11, 2006. She endorsed the check Proper Service (omitting the Paralegal) and than she endorsed her name, Rosie Diaz-Mejico. But, she was paid in full and that important paperwork was flung to and fro. As though she didn't think that I would get the guardianship anyway.
Than on October 06, 2006, in the morning, CPS arrived at my door. I didn't have the guardianship and Indiana was taken away. The CPS Worker told me that if I had the guardianship than they would have worked with me.
I haven't seen Indiana in 16 days. And today's date, October 22, 2006 -- still no court date. And no refund. And no Indiana.