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Accused of Child Abuse or Neglect: What do you do?

Unfortunately, child abuse and child neglect are real issues in our society. Thousands of cases involving child abuse or child neglect are initiated each year by child abuse and child neglect protection agencies in the United States. What is Child … [Read more...]

A CPS or ACS Investigator has Contacted You:

What do you do now? There are two (2) ways that you can be contacted by an ACS or CPS investigator. They can call you on the phone or they can come to your house or apartment. The first thing you should do upon being contacted by the investigator is … [Read more...]

CPS and ACS Investigations: Fourth Amendment Rights

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrant shall issue, but upon … [Read more...]

ACS Neglect Petition Against Father Dismissed

Jacqueline Deane, a Judge sitting in the Family Court in Kings County, presided over a case where a father sought to dismiss a petition for child neglect brought by ACS (Administration for Children’s Services). The father claimed the petition … [Read more...]

VIDEO: ACS Denied the Ability to Remove A Child from Home Due to Domestic Violence

Elliot discusses a case in which ACS was denied the ability to remove a child from home due to domestic violence. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: What To Do If You Are Contacted By CPS

Elliot discusses what you should do if you are contacted by Child Protective Services in New York … [Read more...]

Surprise Visits by CPS and ACS Investigators

When an ACS (Administration for Children’s Services) or CPS (Child Protective Services) investigator knocks on a door in the middle of the night it is usually a shock to a family. Most mothers and fathers work hard to be the best possible parents … [Read more...]

Dealing with ACS and CPS Investigation

The Administration for Children’s Services (hereinafter referred to as “ACS”) and Child Protective Services (hereinafter referred to as “CPS”) investigate abuse and neglect allegations. Both of these agencies usually initiate investigations based … [Read more...]

ACS Fails to Prove Mother Caused Child’s Injuries

A lawsuit was brought by the Administration of Children’s Services(herein referred to as “ACS”) before Judge Sarah Cooper sitting in the Family Court of Bronx County. The preceding brought by ACS claimed Lisa A’s mother Eunis O and the babysitter … [Read more...]

Family Court May Retroactively Set Aside a Neglect Finding

The Appellate Division of the First Department, an Appels Court, heard an appeal brought by ("ACS"). ACS had appealed a decision of the Supreme Court made on November 16, 2015 which granted a mother's retroactive suspension of an ACS Family Court … [Read more...]

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