Now showing items 1-4 of 4
Suing child protective services when a child starves to death
If at some point a lawsuit is brought against the department of human services/CPS in connection with that death, compassionate, yet experienced plaintiff and defense attorneys, familiar with the inner workings of CPS, ...
Could hiding income to avoid paying child support constitute child neglect?
Whether or not hiding income results in formal child neglect charges, parents need to support their children by providing them with financial support, or face the consequences.
Children, parents, CPS and second medical opinions.
A faulty medical determination of child abuse or neglect can destroy the life of a child and its family. “Measure twice, cut once,” is a great rule for carpenters; it’s also an important lesson for Child Protective Services.
April is child abuse awareness month – so is May, June …
It is imperative that we join together as one Nation to combat child abuse in all of its forms — through neglect, mistreatment, or physical, emotional, or sexual abuse.