Child Welfare Law and Practice : Representing Children, Parents, and State Agencies in Abuse, Neglect, and Dependency Cases.
Ventrell, Marvin. Duquette, Donald N.
xxxvii, 738 p.
Publication Information: Denver, CO : Bradford Publishing Company
Available from: Bradford Publishing Company
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The nation's top child welfare attorneys explain: The role and duties of attorneys in child welfare cases - from initiating court action to reunification or termination and adoption. How to prepare for trial, examine witnesses, present expert testimony, and make and meet objections. Important federal legislation and constitutional law concerning the relationship among parents, children, and the state. The complex child welfare court process - step by step. The role of all parties in achieving safety, permanence, and well-being for children. (Author abstract)
childrens rights; legal rights; laws; child welfare laws; child abuse; dependency