Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases: Advice and Guidane for Family Defenders

    By Martin Guggenheim and Vivek Subramanian Sankaran

    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases: Advice and Guidane for Family Defenders

    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases: Advice and Guidane for Family Defenders

    By Martin Guggenheim and Vivek Subramanian Sankaran

    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases is a guide for attorneys representing parents accused of parental unfitness due to abuse or neglect.  Competent legal representation is often the sole support a parent has when working with the child welfare system. This book provides practical tips for attorneys at each stage of the process.

    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases: Advice and Guidane for Family Defenders

    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases: Advice and Guidane for Family Defenders

    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases: Advice and Guidane for Family Defenders

    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases is a guide for attorneys representing parents accused of parental unfitness due to abuse or neglect. Competent legal representation is often the sole support a parent has when working with the child welfare system. This book provides practical tips for attorneys at each stage of the process.

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    Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases is a guide for attorneys representing parents accused of parental unfitness due to abuse or neglect. Leading experts provide insights into every step of the legal process, from the initial interview with the parent(s), through court hearings, to issues attendant to the Child Abuse and Neglect Registry System. Parents’ attorney’s must be prepared to navigate the obstacles created by the emotional nature of this work.

    Representing parents can be a lonely job, and natural biases against an accused parent can create additional obstacles from judicial officers, opposing counsel, social workers and service providers who are typically charged with assisting the reunification process. On the other side, competent legal representation often is the sole consistent support a parent has when he or she is pulled the child welfare system.This book offers practical, hands-on tips for attorneys at each stage of the process

     

    Product Details

    Publisher

    ABA Book Publishing

    Author

    Martin Guggenheim , Vivek Subramanian Sankaran

    ISBN

    9781634252973

    Page Count

    500

    Product Code

    1620699

    ISBN

    9781634252980

    Page Count

    446

    Product Code

    1620699EBK

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