Juvenile Dependency (CPS)

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Juvenile Dependency (Child Protective Services) cases in California are confidential. Family members often do not even know the cases are going on unless the parents or children are able to tell them. This often leads to family losing the ability to be considered for custody of children who cannot return to parents. Family must come forward and participate at the beginning of the process and stay aware of the proceedings. This brief summary outlines how to participate in a CPS case.

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