Informed & Compassionate Legal Counsel
Very little is as frightening as realizing you are about to be investigated by Children's Protective Services. We all know that CPS is supposed to protect children who are in need of advocacy due to their unsafe surroundings, but how are you supposed to respond when you know your child isn’t in need of that protection? Many parents feel threatened and see a danger to the welfare of their children when CPS comes knocking.
Therefore, you may be worried about how to prove your child is safe, protected, and loved under your care. You are most likely to be successful with the help of a determined and experienced child protective services attorney on your side. The lawyers at Cronkright Law will help you to be more than prepared for what’s to come from CPS and help you understand the issues in your case.
If your child has been injured, it is likely you will be under investigation, as school and hospital staff are required to report any injuries. If you find yourself constantly being questioned about the cause of your child’s injury, this may be an indication that a report to CPS is about to happen, and you should prepare yourself for the process you are about to go through.
Even with the tension of having police and CPS examining your family, you should remain polite with CPS. Despite how angered or upset you may be, it’s usually not helpful to be confrontational. Hiring an attorney quickly can go a long way towards decreasing the tension. In many instances, CPS workers don’t respond well to someone saying “no” to them; it is usually better that the attorney be the one to say "no" when needed.
Contact Our Child Protection Services Attorneys Today
At Cronkright Law, we understand that parents are unjustly accused, that accidents can happen, and that circumstances can be twisted or taken out of context. We will not judge you just because CPS is looking into your life or trying to take your kids away. Our team of child protective services attorneys has helped many parents through these troubled waters. If you are under investigation for child abuse, and are anticipating a visit from Children's Protective Services, we can help. We can advise you on the best course of action to take based on your specific circumstances, and will work hard to ensure you are informed every step of the way.
Contact us at your earliest convenience today by calling (517) 325-0441.