Pittsburgh CPS Attorney
Issues involving Child Protective Services (CPS) can be complex and emotional. If you are in a situation where CPS has become involved, you need compassionate and experienced representation to ensure your rights are respected. You need to make sure your children are in the best possible situation and that everyone has their best interests in mind. We can help.
Seek Legal Assistance in Difficult CPS Situations
All parents want to do what is best for their children. However, parents do not always agree with one another or with the State about what is in the best interests of children. You need someone on your side who will fight for what you believe is best for your children. Our Pittsburgh family lawyers can help.
Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC can help you with the following:
The State wants to do what is in the best interests of children involved in complex situations where Child Protective Services becomes involved. Let us explain the law and your rights and responsibilities.
You likely have questions regarding your rights during a CPS investigation. We can help you understand the process and support your side of the situation.
If you are a parent involved in a CPS investigation, you have rights. We will make sure your rights are respected by CPS and other parties who are involved.
“I want to use my knowledge and experience to help families dealing with difficult situations. I can help them navigate the legal process while they focus on building a stronger family.”
Keeping Your Child Safe
If you are facing the removal of a child from your care, or your child has already been removed from your house, you need legal assistance immediately. We have experience helping people throughout the child welfare process.
Contact us for more information regarding:
Grounds for Removing a Child — The removal of a child from their home is difficult for everyone involved. If you are facing an investigation, contact Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC to find out how we can help you in this emotional time.
Getting Your Child Back — If your child was removed from your care, you are likely worried about how to get them back. We will help you regain custody of your child so that they receive the best care possible.
Kinship Care — When children are unable to live with their parents, the best outcome is for them to be in the care of a relative or other familiar adult. We will explain how the Kinship Care program can facilitate the placement of children in these situations.
Foster Care — There are many complicated issues involving child welfare, especially when children must be placed in foster care. Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC will help you understand how foster care may play a role in your situation.