Ingham County Child Protective Services Lawyer

Standing Up for Parents Facing Harsh Accusations of Child Abuse

If you are a parent or caregiver accused of abusing or neglecting a child, you need to act quickly to defend your name, reputation, and, most importantly, your right to care for or live with that child. Children’s Protective Services (CPS) will not hesitate to remove a child from your care as soon as possible. Meet their urgency with your own by retaining Cronkright Law and our Child Protective Services defense attorneys in Ingham County.

Areas throughout Ingham County we serve include but are not limited to:

  • East Lansing
  • Haslett
  • Holt
  • Lansing
  • Mason
  • Stockbridge
  • Webberville
  • Williamston

There is really no time to lose when CPS has been called and you have been implicated for child abuse or neglect. The police may even be planning on arresting you if the allegations are severe. Call (517) 325-0441 right away to connect with our team and start working on your defense.

Keeping Your Family Together is Our Priority

Our Ingham County CPS defense lawyers have one thought in mind from the moment you retain our legal services: “How can we help you keep your family together?”

In some situations, a child is thought to be abused or neglected due to an illness or injury. We can use our extensive knowledge of pediatric sciences and medical records to show that you are not the cause of your child’s health conditions. In other circumstances, a parent is accused of being neglectful because he or she is too absent in a child’s life. We can utilize our legal comprehension and skill to help you in your fight to prove that you have never failed to protect your child or a child in your care. We also have the ability and tenacity needed to tirelessly fight for your parental or guardianship rights during an appeal.

The people of Ingham County know they can depend on our Child Protective Services attorneys. Find out why by contacting our team and asking for a free consultation.

Trust Cronkright Law to Protect Your Parental Rights

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