First, let me preface my answer by stating that I am not licensed to practice law in Delaware, so I am unable to provide you with any specific legal advice as it relates to your question or any issue in relation to your case. You should seek the advice of an attorney in your jurisdiction prior to taking any action in your case.
In most states, a CPS investigation does not set aside an order of the Court. So if the Court Order provides that you are to have visitation for the summer, then you should proceed as the Court has ordered until the Court orders otherwise.
You should speak to an attorney in your jurisdiction with regards to your duty with cooperating with the CPS investigation, especially when you have the children in your care.
Jason Bowman is an attorney in the Louisville, Kentucky office of Cordell & Cordell. He is licensed in the states of Kentucky and Texas. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of Louisville, and received his Juris Doctor from Texas Wesleyan University.