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Child Abuse and Neglect This page describes the process by which the state may intervene in the parent child relationship for the purpose of protecting the child. This does not include information on potential criminal consequences for acts of child abuse or neglect.
A local department of social services may remove a child from his or her home if necessary to protect the child from abuse or neglect. If a child is removed from the home, the department of social services will file a petition alleging that: After the child is removed from his or her home, the court will hold a Shelter Care Hearing on the next day on which court is in session.
The court can order shelter care for up to 30 days. This can be extended an additional 30 days in certain circumstances. The court will hold an Adjudicatory Hearing within 30 days of the Shelter Care hearing, if the child is removed from the home. At the Adjudicatory Hearing, the court will decide whether the facts alleged in the petition are true.
At the end of the hearing, the court can grant an order continuing shelter care, if appropriate, and schedule a Disposition Hearing, or proceed straight to the Disposition Hearing that day. If the court finds the child is not a CINA, the court may dismiss the case.
If the court finds the child is a CINA, the court may: Return the child to the care of his or her parents; Return the child home but require the department of social services to supervise the home; Order the parents or child to participate in certain services; Order additional assessments to determine what is best for the child; Place the child in foster care or a treatment facility; Place the child in the care of a relative; Determine custody, visitation, support or paternity of a child.
When a child has been removed from his or her home and committed to the care of the department of social services, the court must hold regular review hearings to ensure the child is cared for properly, and to determine what the best long term plan is for the child.
These are called Permanency Planning Hearings. The court must hold a Permanency Planning Hearing: Within 6 months of when the child was committed to the department usually within 6 months of the Disposition Hearing.
And at least every 6 months after that while the child is in the care of the department. The court will appoint a lawyer to represent the child.
A parent has a right to be represented at every stage of a CINA case. If you cannot afford to hire a lawyer and your income is below a certain level, a lawyer will be appointed to represent you from the Office of the Public Defender.
You can get a free lawyer, regardless of income, if you, as the parent, are under age 18, or in some cases, if you have a mental disability.Cases Child Welfare Conference August , Hon. Melissa DeGerolami. 8/13/ 1 Interventions TIPS FOR PROPERLY ADDRESSING INTERVENTIONS IN CPS CASES.
Melissa DeGerolami Associate Judge The Child Protection Court of South Central Texas Goals of the presentation: Address standing requirements for non-parties to intervene in CPS.
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