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Fight CPS DCFS Articles help parents prepare to Fight DCFS CPS agencies and the social workers who collect and supply evidence. Los Angeles DCFS and CPS departments throughout California and the U.S. become the “accusers” and parents must learn how the system works, how to find an attorney, and how to FIGHT CPS & DCFS and win their kids back: get their lives back!

Parents rarely expect to Fight DCFS CPS. Unfortunately for the parents and relatives of minor children, Los Angeles DCFS and CPS (Child Protective Services) county departments throughout California and across United States become the “accusers” of parent’s wrongdoing. DCFS CPS social workers and investigators are supposed to be impartial, but a serious percentage are not! Social workers often become cynical and assume that EVERY accuser (even accused via an anonymous phone caller) is GUILTY of being a bad parent, and ‘surely’ the child is in imminent danger.

Parents are FORCED to fight DCFS CPS agencies because many DCFS social workers bring their own personal agendas to their positions of power. Power is magnified because their actions are backed and supported by a government agency with the power to take parents children from them. We have many parent who have shared stories that on the initial surprise knock on their door by a social worker, the social worker brought INTIMIDATING backup: the police!

Intimidating Parents

While some initial calls might warrant a police officer accompanying a social worker on a surprise visit, many visits do not. It is a scary tatic; considered a ‘useful tactic’ and a shortcut for many social workers to force an interview without time to consult an attorney or have an attorney there for an interview. Bringing the police is a ploy designed to intimidate you to agree (against your better instincts) to open your door RIGHT NOW, allow two government agents from two powerful government agencies to look around the inside of your home, do a in-home inspection that you need NOT legally agree, collect evidence to support their case, a have an interview with you you probably should not grant!

Some DCFS social workers routinely call their ‘police buddies” to meet them for first time visits, no matter the severity or credibility of the accusation or reason for the visit. Consider a busy, mom surprised by two government agents, both with badges, one in full police uniform with gun, taser, radio, and the power and authority our culture invests in law enforcement!

When you are being investigated by DCFS CPS social workers, many will become your accusers, if they didn’t have the ‘guilty mindset’ from the very beginning. Parents and relatives of children come to us so their voices will be heard ABOVE the overwhelming power and roar of the government. Our client’s accusers have their story (their accusations, often supported by accusers who they will not reveal). Our clients need our legal help to make sure that their story is heard EQUALLY LOUDLY as we we make every practical and legal attempt to keep families together.

If your kids or grandkids have already been taken, you can retain us to find the best and fastest way to get your kids back from DCFS CPS and reunite your family. If you are in California and need my help, please know that when you talk to me, Vincent W. Davis, that I am listening.

For California parents, as well as parents across America, we have a treasure trove of articles on this website so you can learn what you are up against. It’s not pretty. DCFS and CPS social workers often enfuse their own anti-parent, personal agendas into their work for the government. And, you must fully understand, CPS and DCFS employees have the full power and deep pockets of the government behind them, which can come down hard on you, overwhelming you, a powerless individual; a mere citizen.

As an individual, as a citizen, you DO have Civil Rights, but frankly, unless you are willing to fight for your Civil Rights, you will likely be run over and flattened by the power of the bureaucracy of the various State and County governments’ steamrollers. If you doubt that, listen to my Radio Show Podcasts, or read through Caller’s first-hand experiences in the radio show transcripts found HERE

We hope you will find some answers in these articles.

The Pre-Release Investigation (PRI)

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On occasion, the judge may set an interim hearing, if requested, for the home of a relative or parent to be investigated, so that the children can be placed there, and not in foster care. I find that these types of hearings are being used less and less; and being asked for less and less […]

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Placement With Relatives & Family Friends

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Many times, children are placed in foster homes when they are taken from parents. In my opinion, placement with friendly relatives is always better than placement in a foster home. The reasons for this opinion are almost infinite, but include:  better visitation schedule (frequency & duration) for the parents; children are in a more familiar […]

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First Court Hearing: The Arraignment & Detention Hearing (A&D)

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After your children are taken by the social worker, the law requires that you be given the opportunity to go to court and challenge the social worker. This can be a long process. The social worker has to notify you, within 48 hours of you losing your children, that you have a court date. Some […]

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The Social Worker’s Initial Investigation

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Juvenile Dependency cases usually begin in two ways. First, the social worker, generally an Emergency Response (ER) worker, becomes aware of the suspected child abuse, which was reported by a third person.  California, like most states, has a long list of “mandated reporters” of suspected child abuse. Teachers, doctors, therapists, day care providers, or any […]

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The Juvenile Dependency Court System

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The Juvenile Dependency Court System is administrated by two different entities. The Superior Court of California, Juvenile Dependency Departments – which is part of every County Superior Court system in California.  This system is part of the judicial branch of the local government. The County social works have different names from County to County. In […]

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Social Services Takes Your Kids out of Your Home — CA lawyer Vincent W. Davis Explains What to Do

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Social Services Takes Your Kids out of Your Home — CA lawyer Vincent W. Davis Explains What to Do Social Services Takes Your Kids out of Your Home — CA lawyer Vincent W. Davis Explains What to Do https://www.fightchildprotectiveservices.com/ 888-506-6810 California attorney Vincent W. Davis wants to talk to you about what you should do […]

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Do You Have to Let a Social Worker in Your Home? — CA Lawyer Vincent W. Davis Explains

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Do You Have to Let a Social Worker in Your Home? — CA Lawyer Vincent W. Davis Explains California attorney Vincent W. Davis talks about how to handle if a social worker comes to your door and wants to be let in your home. First thing to know is that you can legally refuse to […]

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If Social Services Removed Your Children — CA Attorney Vincent W. Davis Explains How To Respond

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If Social Services Removed Your Children — CA Attorney Vincent W. Davis Explains How To Respond Listen as California attorney Vincent W. Davis discusses some possible options you have if social services has come into your home and removed your children. While trying to resolve your social services case, you may want to do everything […]

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A Dispositional Hearing Could Benefit You in a Social Services Case — CA Lawyer Vincent W. Davis

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A Dispositional Hearing Could Benefit You in a Social Services Case — CA Lawyer Vincent W. Davis California attorney Vincent W. Davis explains what a dispositional hearing is and how it could benefit you in your social services case. A dispositional hearing is a meeting in which it is decided where your child or children […]

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How To Change a Court Order as Part of Your Juvenile Case — CA Lawyer Vincent W. Davis Explains

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How To Change a Court Order as Part of Your Juvenile Case — CA Lawyer Vincent W. Davis Explains California attorney Vincent W. Davis wants to walk you through the steps of how to change something that was court ordered as part of your juvenile case. The judge may have ordered certain visitation rules, custody […]

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