Hire an experienced Juvenile Dependency lawyer if you are charged with child abuse or neglect by the Department of Children and Family Services. You need to hire an attorney who is well versed in juvenile dependency law to represent you in Dependency Court, even if the criminal court has dismissed the charges, you could still be charged with abuse or neglect of your children in Dependency Court.
It is imperative that you consult with an attorney who is experienced in Juvenile Dependency law prior to the Detention Hearing and prior to having a lengthy interview with social workers. My office can represent you in Dependency Court in Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange and Riverside County.
I was a court appointed attorney for parents, guardians, de facto parents and caretakers who were charged with child abuse or neglect in Children’s Court in Monterey Park. My clients were accused of physical, emotional, or sexual abuse or neglect and I worked passionately to defend my clients against these charges.
My services include preparing the client and appearing at interviews with social workers, and defending my clients at Detention, Placement, Pre-trial, Adjudication and Disposition hearings and working with social workers to get my clients to reunify with their children.
You need an attorney who is well versed in the specialized field of Juvenile Dependency law. My office will provide you with personal attention and take into account the needs of your family.
Karen Rose, I amazing , reliable and attentive . Karen , put my mind at ease , she called me , even when she was out of the office , from her cell phone. She kept me informed , and updated on what was going on with my case .
I met Karen a month ago, I had spoken to at least 3 attorneys about my case in education. I found Karen responsive, thorough, and creative in her advice. Also she is a very professional attorney who treated me with respect and care. In my dealings with her, she has always taken the time to explain thoroughly to me and ensured that I got the services needed. I wouldn’t hesitate to refer clients to Karen as I know they will be in good hands.
Ms. Rose’s professionalism, her kindness, her pragmatism and her knowledge of the law helped me-as a client—sway an entire room of university bureaucrats from an ill-favored disadvantage to a favorable outcome, wherein I was given the opportunity to finish the education that I so desperately wanted to receive, particularly as it pertains to the completion of my degree. She help me understand the law better; I know now what my rights are under the ADA; I also know what to do should anything similar happen, God forbid, in the future in regards to my circumstances. I think the real strength that Ms. Karen Rose has is that she treats you with dignity, almost as if you were an extended part of her family and she guides you and defends so that your the outcome of your case is in your favor. Hence, rather than being perceived as an obstacle to the university’s bureaucracy, I became a success, not a burden to the school, all because of Ms. Karen Rose’s help.