Experienced DCFS Lawyers
Have you been indicated for abuse or neglect by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services? Do you need to appeal your case? Get DCFS legal help from the attorneys at Bolen Robinson & Ellis. BRE Law is experienced at guiding individuals through the administrative hearing process.
A safety plan allows a child or children to stay with someone other than the parent or legal guardian during an investigation. BRE Law can help to guide you through the process.
DCFS labels a case as “unfounded” if no proof of abuse or neglect is found, and “indicated” if there is proof of abuse or neglect. If the case is indicated, you could be associated with that finding for up to 50 years in the State Central Register (SCR). You can appeal a finding with the help of a lawyer, and if you win an appeal, your name is removed from the SCR.
Contact us to learn more about legal representation in a DCFS investigation. Unlike our other practice areas, we require a nominal fee for DCFS consultations.
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Flannell joins BRE Law after a lengthy career serving as Moultrie County’s Resident Circuit Judge, as well as Chief Judge of the six counties comprising the 6th Judicial Circuit of Illinois.
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