How to Fight False or Exaggerated Child Abuse Claims in DCPP Cases

Child abuse allegations made against you can be very scary, and often can spark panic. When allegations and an associated child welfare case are made against you, a lot is on the line. While these child abuse allegations are scary, they are not always valid, and not all parents deserve the repercussions of these allegations.

Child abuse allegations are very complex, and trying to disprove them alone is extremely difficult to do. It is important to have knowledge of the court, New Jersey’s child welfare agency, and the correct way to challenge evidence presented against you. Finding a DCPP attorney who has years of child welfare experience, like our NJ team, is a great first step toward fighting these false allegations.

False Claims in DCPP Case? We Have Your Back.

Children have often made up allegations, exaggerated certain problems, and even persisted of making up false claims once your wrongdoings have been cleared. Fighting these allegations alone are very difficult, which is why it is important to speak to an attorney who knows what to do in these tough times.

When faced with child abuse allegations, our DCPP attorneys will present you in positive ways, which are otherwise tough to do alone. With an effective testimony and records, which can be presented to show your credibility, the system may begin to swing toward your side. Our team has been through this before, and will fight for you and your rights.

We believe your rights as a parent is one of the most important rights you have. Our team of skilled DCPP attorneys fight like you wouldn’t believe to help you protect your parenting rights. Give us a call on our 24/7 toll free hotline at 1-855-9JEFLAW (1-855-953-3529), and we would be honored to help you defend your rights.

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Posted on January 24, 2017, in Our Practice. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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