DCPP/DYFS Attorneys Making a Difference


Today marks the end of our first official month in business here at Paragano & Williams, LLC. In that brief time, the firm has signed up over a dozen new clients; won Domestic violence trials; secured reunification of a client accused of heinous child abuse with the alleged child victim that she never harmed; navigated investigations brought by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP), f/k/a the Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS); thwarted interruption in our client’s parental access due to DCPP investigations; sought and obtained an emergent remand from the Appellate Division, with reassignment to a different trial court judge; and secured speaking engagements at the NJSBA Annual Convention and the Barry Croland Family Law Inns of Court.

We appreciate the confidence that others have in our abilities, which we demonstrate time and time again.  We are committed to zealous advocacy and will remain the Aggressive Advocates who Care for our Clients.

We thank our adversaries, fellow practitioners who refer us business, and the judiciary for your loyal support and encouragement during our transition.  But most of all, we thank our wonderful clients for bestowing upon us the honor of representing your interests.  It is an awesome responsibility, which we take very seriously.

Here, at NewJerseyDYFSdefense.com, we are commited to providing you with excellent service.  If you require representation in a DCPP matter or assistance in navigating the perilous process of a DCPP investigation, contact Paragano & Williams, LLC to schedule a consultation.

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