Child protection cases involving the Connecticut Department for Children and Families (DCF) can have a devastating impact on the relationship you have with your children. The DCF has authority to investigate if there has been abuse or neglect of your child. Ultimately, the DCF could remove your child from your home if they suspect abuse has occurred. And if there are findings of abuse, the DCF can then take legal action for restraining orders and protective orders. Such orders may limit or prevent any contact you may have with the child.
Because cases involving the DCF are so challenging, it is important to have knowledgeable legal representation on your side. The Culkin Law Office, LLC, has extensive experience helping clients in these sorts of cases. Attorney Michael Culkin is extremely well-versed in this area of law and regularly receives these cases through the New Haven County court system.
Helping You Understand Your Options
Parents sometimes make mistakes that affect their ability to interact with their children. Such individuals may be facing arrest or allegations of domestic violence. In other instances, parents may be struggling with issues of alcoholism or drug abuse. Though such mistakes may be well in the past, courts may still be wary to allow for you to have involvement with your children.
The outcome of DCF cases depend upon individual circumstances. When you come to our office, you will review your circumstances with a lawyer who understands the DCF process and has tremendous experience in dealing with family law issues of all type. This will include receiving a realistic appraisal of your circumstances and chances for success.
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As the consequences of a DCF case are so significant, it is important to have experienced legal representation on your side. Please contact The Culkin Law Office, LLC, by calling 203-721-7792 in Waterbury, Connecticut. We also provide representation in Middlebury, Waterton and Southbury.