By Wand Agency
California juvenile law attorney Ryan McGlinn talks about how Child Protective Services may ask for you and your family to follow a voluntary plan and what that means.
When trying to hold your family together, it is important to work with Child Protective Services. They may suggest for you to follow a voluntary plan instead of going to court. The idea of this plan is that it is voluntary and your family is not forced to follow the plan, but it is in your best interest. During this plan, your family may be asked to enter counseling, rehabilitation classes, and even asking one parent to leave the home if domestic violence is an issue.
If your family can complete this plan successfully over a given period of time, your children will not be removed from their home and your case may be resolved. If there are violations during this time, Child Protective Services takes the matter to court and your family may not remain together. Watch the video now to learn more.
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San Diego, CA 92108-3119