Visitation must be as frequent as possible consistent with the well being of the child. This is the law. Does a social worker’s schedule or budget cuts or scheduling difficulties trump the “as frequent as possible” requirement?…more
The Department of Social Services' failure to increase visitation hinders reunification of parent and child. DSS will sometimes take the position that therapeutic intervention is needed to increase visitation, which causes…more
Visitation must be as frequent as possible so long as consistent with the child's well being. Often, however, social workers refuse to increase visitation and cite staffing and resources as excuses. Attorneys need to push for…more
This newsletter covers a Juvenile Dependency recent Published Appeal in the State of California in which Carin Johnson argued for the rights of a parent when the child was taken away. This newsletter also covers a traffic appeal…more
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