Specific DYFS Situations

Specific DYFS Situations

New Jersey takes child abuse and neglect very seriously, which is why DYFS is so big and strong. When it comes to DYFS, there are many different situations they can play a role in. From divorces and custody involving DYFS, to hospitals and DYFS working hand-in-hand, the protection of children is everywhere. Below are specific situations our law firm can help you with:

  1. DYFS doesn’t have to follow any rules when the case is not in court
  2. A DYFS unfounded letter may not mean that you are out of the woods yet
  3. The Hospital can test the Meconium to detect drug use during pregnancy
  4. Don’t let DYFS allegations impact your child custody case
  5. Dealing with DYFS involved custody cases in New Jersey
  6. Dealing with false DYFS allegations in New Jersey
  7. What to do when DYFS / DCPP requests a substance abuse evaluation
  8. Dealing with a divorce in New Jersey with DYFS allegations and investigations
  9. Dealing with DYFS in New Jersey when you have a child with autism
  10. DYFS (DCPP) and domestic violence allegations in New Jersey

Our team of NJ DYFS attorneys is well diversified, and is very knowledgeable about all of the DYFS situations mentioned above. We are here to help you fight to keep your child at home, as well as help keep your parental rights. Our team is full of determined lawyers, eager to help you.

Keeping your family happy and protected is our number one goal, so be sure to call our New Jersey DYFS attorneys at 1-855-9JEFLAW (1-855-953-3529), our 24/7 toll free hotline.

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Posted on January 31, 2017, in Our Practice. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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