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What to Do For Your Client When CPS Comes Knocking

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Date Published

April 26, 2021


Monroe County Bar Association


Family Law, Professional Practice


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Learn from experienced attorney Jim Hinman on what to do for your client when Child Protective Services investigates a report of suspected child abuse or maltreatment from the initial call to the client to the conclusion of administrative proceedings following an "indicated" report, where no petitions are filed with Family Court. Topics covered will include advising the client, dealing with the CPS worker, requesting amendment, the procedures followed following a request for amendment, the burden of proof and standards applicable to those proceedings and what to expect along the way.

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James S. Hinman, Esq.

A sole practitioner, practicing in Rochester, New York, Jim’s practice is mainly centered in the areas of Family Law, both as... Read More

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