Child and juvenile dependency cases can be invoked if there is the evidence that the child or children are exposed to varying forms of abuse, neglect, abandonment, or other harmful situations. This process temporarily revokes parental rights and either assigns it to the state or a relative of the child. The parent(s) of the child will be required to meet certain requirements before parental rights are reestablished. If the parent fails to meet the requirements, the parent loses their legal custody of the child and either the state or relative gains permanent legal custody.
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Family Law and family legal matters are a primary practice area of the Storay Advocacy Group. We strive to help our local Brandon community and surrounding areas to meet the requirements set forth by the juvenile courts in a dependency case in order to provide the best outcome for both the parents and the children involved.
Having a private dependency attorney guide you through the different hearings, arraignments, and many steps of the dependency process will help keep you well-informed and provide you an advantage in staying on top of your responsibilities during the dependency case process.