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Family lawyers: You can be friendly with colleagues while fiercely representing your clients
Family lawyers: You can be friendly with colleagues while fiercely representing your clients.
Where is the scholarly literature regarding foster children and religion?
(Washington, DC: National Association of Social Workers (NASW), 2020-11-03)
This article questions the scarcity of scholarly literature regarding children in foster care and religion as a single combined endeavor of research. A literature review of academic and scholarly databases in psychology, ...
What constitutes malpractice by a child welfare attorney?
(ALM Media Properties, 2021-05-24)
The legal landscape and complex challenges facing today’s child welfare attorney are daunting. Simply because children are involved, difficult legal situations demand the guidance of a highly qualified attorney.
Police review boards, not just police officers, need training in youth trauma.
(NY: The Crime Report. The Center on Media Crime and Justice at John Jay College, 2020-07-08)
Termination of parental rights in New York: Why such a variation by county?
(Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 2020-07-27)
Termination of parental rights (“TPR”) ends the parent–child relationship though a process governed by state law. As a recent analysis of federal data revealed, TPR rates vary widely by state. In West Virginia, the TPR ...
Where are the records? Handling lost/destroyed records in child welfare tort litigation.
(American Bar Association (ABA), 2011-08)
As child welfare professionals, we have all encountered the “missing” record, most often during day-to-day advocacy. For those who practice child welfare tort litigation, incomplete discovery is also common, even ...
Red Flag the Red-flag Case Notes or Face Disaster.
(American Youth Work Center, 2015-08-27)
Child welfare systems — federal, state, county or city — contain vast repositories of information. Each time a case is opened, worked on or closed, valuable information about children’s needs is recorded — much of it in ...
Undocumented Immigrants as Foster Parents.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2012-10)
According to federal data released to ARC ... a growing number and proportion of deportees are parents. Another report jointly issued by the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, the Women's Refugee Commission, ...
Rethink the Label Insular Communities When Referring to Child Abuse.
(The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC), 2017-07-24)
New Foster Parents Gain Experience with Incremental Challenges.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2019-04)
There are no concerns regarding the applicant's health, mental health, character, motivation, financial resources, experience, discipline approach, background, and training- nor are there concerns regarding the home's ...