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There is nothing more frightening than the thought of your children being placed in foster care based on a false or unsubstantiated report to the Department of Family and Protective Services (CPS). You cannot trust CPS or the caseworker to work with you-they absolutely will not. Many people believe that they must enter into a safety plan or take a drug test at the behest of CPS-fearing that if they refuse their children will be removed and placed into foster care. This is simply not true and is a fear tactic often used by CPS. You are under no duty or obligation to speak to CPS. You are under no obligation to let CPS in your home unless a warrant is issued. But what if you do have an issue and a report was made-does that mean you have no hope? Of course, it isn’t. However, CPS defense cases are complex and can be difficult to navigate. At the Kersh Law Firm we have handled hundreds of cases involving CPS and we have absolute knowledge and experience in understanding and defending against one of the most corrupt and dishonest entities in this state. We will stand and fight with you. If you have a case involving CPS, please give us a call and we would be honored to assist you.
1. Question: How do I choose the right attorney when CPS is involved in my family’s situation?
Answer: It’s crucial to look for an attorney with experience in Child Protective Services (CPS) cases. Seek recommendations, check reviews, and ensure the attorney has a strong background in family law, particularly in dealing with CPS proceedings. Kersh Law Firm, for instance, specializes in CPS defense and has a proven track record in handling such cases.
2. Question: What specific experience should the attorney have in CPS cases?
Answer: Your chosen attorney should have a deep understanding of CPS procedures, legal requirements, and court processes. Look for someone with a history of successfully representing clients in similar situations. At Kersh Law Firm, our attorneys specialize in CPS defense, bringing extensive experience to effectively navigate the complexities of these cases.
3. Question: How will the attorney keep me informed about the progress of my case?
Answer: Effective communication is key. Your attorney should provide regular updates on case developments, court hearings, and any changes in strategy. At Kersh Law Firm, we prioritize clear and transparent communication, ensuring you stay well-informed and involved throughout the CPS defense process.
4. Question: What approach will the attorney take to defend against CPS allegations?
Answer: A reliable attorney will assess the specific details of your case and develop a tailored defense strategy. Seek an attorney, such as those at Kersh Law Firm, who is proactive, thorough, and committed to protecting your rights and your family’s well-being in CPS proceedings.
5. Question: How much will it cost to hire an attorney for CPS defense?
Answer: Discuss the attorney’s fee structure upfront and ensure it aligns with your budget. Some attorneys, like those at Kersh Law Firm, may offer initial consultations to assess your case and provide clarity on potential costs. Understanding the financial aspect is essential for a stress-free legal process.