Family Rights and CPS
If your family has been contacted by Child Protective Services (CPS) in Michigan, and you are facing an investigation or possibly a court hearing, the best thing that you can do is to consult professional legal help. Dealing with child services can be an unpleasant and complicated situation, and our team of experienced lawyers is here to help. Although CPS is just doing their job and looking out for the child's welfare, it is quite possible that a neighbor or other community member may have falsely reported child abuse or neglect. In these situations, it is up to the parents to prove their ability to care for their children and convince the courts that the child is in no danger of harm, abuse or neglect.
For more than 25 years, our attorneys have handled cases involving family rights and CPS in Southeast Michigan for hundreds of clients. We will work with you and your family to arrive at the best possible outcome in your case. Although it is easy to be stressed in these situations, before you do anything, it is in your best interest to give us a call so we can get working on s strong defense and return your family back to normal. Termination of a parent's rights is a serious matter, but one thing to remember is that the Michigan courts will always keep the best interests and welfare of the child in mind when coming up with their decision. It takes a lot of evidence of neglect, abuse or harm for a court to determine that a parent is unfit and the child should be taken out of the home. To protect your child and the rights of your family, give us a call at any time of the day or night, and we will be glad to discuss your case.