- Understand Procedures and alternatives
- Conduct your own investigation
- Ensure the right witnesses are in court
- Learn simple tips on how to testify in a courtroom
- Learn how to assist your court-appointed attorney in representing you in juvenile court proceedings
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
A Juvenile Dependency Seminar from the leading expert
in the State of California; and in addition:
- Enjoy a Continental Breakfast & Refreshments
- Receive a copy of The Book: “Fight CPS & WIN”
- Receive a copy of The DVD: “Fight CPS & WIN”
- Following the seminar, speak with Child Dependency Attorney Vincent W. Davis
Our Recently Concluded or NEXT Seminar Date:
February 27th, 2016
Arcadia – 211 East Huntington Drive
Arcadia, CA 91006
Read What Recent Seminar Attendees Had to Say:
A Must For Every Family
“A must for every family”
– Catherine, CEO Custody Calculations January 2016
“This seminar was very helpful; I received legal information that I would not (have) received otherwise; not pushy about offering service.”
– Aisha January 2016
– Cassandra January 2016
Thank you for sharing your experience
“It felt great to be in a non-judgemental place and have support & coaching for when you have to face a trial. Thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge”
– Rosalie January 2016
Lots of Information.
“Lots of information. Mr. Davis was very helpful and easy to talk to.”
Raul, December 2015
The seminar was great!
“The seminar was great! I really learned a lot of stuff that I need.”
—Paige, a repeat seminar attendee
Mastery of the subject.
“Mr. Davis’ demeanor and mastery of the subject matter reaffirms my decision to engage his firm.”
I loved the seminar.
“Mr. Davis is very informative. I loved the seminar.”
I have a fighting chance.
“Thanks to Attorney Davis for all the information my family received from the seminar. The time seemed to fly by and Mr. Davis answered all of our questions. We are in the battle of our lives with child protective services, but Mr. Davis pointed out many things we could do to have a fighting chance to win. It was great to know that, without financial resources, we could change the outcome by following his advice. Thanks again for taking the time to speak with everyone individually after the seminar.”
I wish it was sooner!
“The seminar was very informative. I only wish the seminar had been sooner! The most important thing to me was that Mr. Davis took the time to answer questions, and he truly listened. Wish it was sooner!”
“Initially, (Mr. Davis) handled my juvenile case; and later my family law case. I got great results and he got me exactly what I wanted. Today, July 3, 2014, I just hired him again to take care of a legal problem that I am having. I keep going back to Vince Davis because he is an excellent attorney, professional and trustworthy. He has ALWAYS been there for me when I’ve had these hiccups in life.”
—Osvaldo, a Juvenile client
Rockin’ & Rollin’
“I first met Mr. Davis about a year ago regarding a juvenile/family matter and regarding a civil rights case. I can only say that I rate attorney Davis as one of the best lawyers I’ve ever used. He is patient and understanding and makes sure that I understand all my alternatives. He meets with me whenever I have questions, and he has always returned my calls in a timely manner.”
—Ana Calderon, a family law client
Review by a Family Law Client
“I’ve known this attorney and been an ongoing client since 2000. He is very sincere, trustworthy and honest. He always advised me the best, whether I wanted to hear it or not. He is a man of integrity.”
—Edna Limjoco, a family law client
“Attorney Davis is the best. He met my legal issues and concerns. I will recommend him to my family and friends. He was extremely caring and understanding. He is a great communicator and explained everything step by step, and never kept me in the dark. He always returned my calls.”
—Monica Van, a family law client
IMPORTANT: You certify that you are not a county social worker or a government attorney or a law enforcement officer and that you are a parent or relative (or foster parent) currently involved in a juvenile dependency.