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Defending Against the DCF

Family Law in CT

 

 

 


In Connecticut, the goal of our state’s Department of Children and Family (DCF) agency is to protect the interests of children. The agency was established to intervene whenever a child’s safety and well-being are at risk because of unfit parenting. DCF will investigate and potentially remove children in situations of:

  • Child abuse
  • Domestic violence
  • Child neglect
  • Endangerment of children

DCF does a very admirable and important job, but sometimes it may overstep its boundaries and break apart loving families. If you are currently being investigated by DCF or your child has been taken, you should get in contact with Attorney Klapproth to help you advocate for your parental rights during a hearing.

If DCF declares a child’s current living situation as harmful to their interests, they have the right to place the child in temporary custody of the agency. Under state law, when a child is removed from their home environment, a judge may decide to put them in the care of a relative or foster care.
Whenever DCF takes action against a parent, there will be several hearings, all of which are very important to attend. Hearings are legal procedures and can be complicated to those unfamiliar with the juvenile judicial system, so it is smart to have an attorney on your side to help you navigate through the process.

Having your child taken away can be a very difficult experience, but Attorney Klapproth can try to help you get your children back.

Understanding Family Law in Connecticut

Glastonbury, CT Family Law

 

 

 


At The Law Offices of Anissa M. Klapproth, our goal is to assist you in reaching a fair and equitable resolution of your family’s conflicts through alternative dispute resolution methods, and, when necessary, through zealous and diligent litigation. Whatever the path, we stand beside you every step of the way.

Regardless of whether you are contemplating or facing divorce, understanding the legal and financial consequences involved is essential to protecting you and your children’s rights and interests. Attorney Klapproth works closely with clients, explaining how the court determines the division of marital property, child custody, visitation, and child and spousal support.

In divorce and family law matters it is important to be prepared. Do not wait until you’re placed on the defensive; contact The Law Offices of Anissa M. Klapproth today to schedule a free, confidential consultation to discuss your case.