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False Child Abuse and Neglect Scenarios [Part Three of Three]

Hurtful allegations of mental illness and incompetence exaggerate reality. When Veronica Canes gave birth to her son, Jaden, at young age of 23, she quickly fell into a postpartum depression that coincided with her breaking up with her boyfriend at the time. Being a simple mother who had to work — and who didn’t exactly have the world’s most supportive or wealthy family —...

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What is a shared custody arrangement in New Jersey?

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What kinds of evidence can be admitted in a child welfare proceeding?

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False Child Abuse and Neglect Scenarios [Part One of Three]

Over the next three posts, we’re going to cover three fictitious stories that illustrate some common challenges:   Kenny’s bruises on the playground. Kenny Haven was a third grader who liked to get scrappy. One day, after a tumble off the monkey bars, Kenny got sent to the school nurse, who became concerned because she saw a rash of bruises and cuts on the boy’s body. The nurse got the school...

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4 Tips for Making Your Attorney Relationship Smooth and Seamless

1. Learn the law firm’s processes and systems. How does the law firm prefer to work with clients like you? What are the attorneys’ expectations? How does the office work? Take time to learn these basics, not just to make things easier for the firm and its people, but also to ensure that your needs are always met. 2. Write down any questions and concerns you have, when you have them, so...

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What should I do if a DCPP investigation is dragging on with no end in sight?

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What is Child Custody?

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Finding and Vetting Prospective Law Firms for Your Abuse or Neglect Case

It’s not hard to find attorney referrals – the web alone can deliver more prospects than you could possible review, even if you spent weeks. The question is: how do you find qualified prospects who share your values? Your budget and financial circumstances may preclude you from hiring a private attorney. In that case, the New Jersey Public Defender system can refer you to attorneys through its...

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FAQs about DCP&P and Child Neglect and Abuse Charges [Part 4]

Can you still get charged with a crime related to the abuse or neglect charges? Yes. The prosecutor’s office can go after you for criminal charges related to abuse or neglect. Will what happens in the criminal case affect what happens in the civil case and vice versa? Yes. For instance, if you admit during the civil case that you did harm your child (even to a minor extent), that fact may then...

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Articulating Your Values Before Searching for a Child Abuse Defense Attorney

Whenever we need the help of a specialized professional — an accountant, a doctor, an attorney, a home remodeler, etc. — we often have unspoken expectations about the relationship. Obviously, you probably want your attorney to be ethical, experienced, and knowledgeable about how to handle child abuse and neglect allegations. But what else do you need from the relationship? What could...

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