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June 8, 2022

DCFS Investigations in Los Angeles

DCFS Investigations in Los Angeles: What You Need to Know If you are a parent in Los Angeles, there is a good chance that you have heard of Child Protective Services (CPS). CPS is the government agency responsible for investigating…

Severe Child Abuse Can Lead to Grave Criminal Charges or Juvenile Dependency Case in California – 2022

Harmful Crimes Against Children That Can Lead to Criminal Charges or Juvenile Dependency / CPS Case in California Children worldwide are in danger of being victims of sexual abuse and exploitation, neglect, violence, and traumatic experiences. These types of violent…

How Child Abuse is Defined Under California Juvenile Dependency Laws 2022

How Juvenile Dependency Laws Define Child Abuse Whenever there is the possibility that a minor is being abused, swift action and thorough consideration are necessary to protect both the child and the family. Legitimate cases of abuse can cause a…
May 29, 2022

What To Do If CPS Comes To Your Home in California

What To Do if CPS Comes to Your Home Being accused of child abuse or neglect is a heartbreaking experience. If Child Protective Services (CPS) is investigating a claim that was made against you, you’ll want to know how to…
May 24, 2022

Is Your Juvenile Dependency / CPS Lawyer Competent?

Is Your Juvenile Dependency / CPS Lawyer Competent? If a juvenile dependency case is in your future, you’ll likely have a long road ahead of you. There are many stages you’ll be required to go through in order to accomplish…
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