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Written by attorney Molly S. Rosenblum | Mar 3, 2016

CPS Has Removed My Children – Now What? (Preliminary Protectve Hearings)

If CPS decides is investigating you and decides the children are not safe in your care, your children may be removed. In these circumstances, time is of the essence. This guide discusses what happens at the time of a preliminary protective hearing (PPH).

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If your children have been removed from your home by CPS it is extremely important to have a qualified and knowledgeable attorney representing you from the very beginning. If you or someone you know is facing a PPH, our office can help.

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