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If you want to leave a message here, hoping that an attorney will see your message and contact you, you’ll have to leave either a phone number or email address in the body of the message. Keep it as short as possible Do NOT use your last name.

Email addresses should be written out like this: yourname[at]– this should keep spammers from collecting your email for nefarious purposes. Fight CPS doesn’t ask for money, and if someone claims to be from this site and asks for money, you KNOW that person is not to be trusted.

If someone contacts you, BE CAREFUL and BE DISCERNING. Please be aware that if someone is asking for money for a service, and you can’t verify on the web that the person is an attorney, you might not want to do business with that person. See: Fight CPS does not endorse or work with Bellas Law or other paralegal organizations or businesses.

DON’T – Expect an attorney to do all the work for you. DO – Write your own legal documents such as a Declaration of Facts and/or a statement of Objections and Corrections to the Report of the Social Worker.

DO – Read this site and others like it to get ideas that you believe might work for you. DON’T – Ever miss a visitation opportunity with your kids.

Social workers use internet search engines to try to find more information about their victims, so be careful about what you say and where you say it.

If you leave your phone number in the message, please disguise it by writing some numbers as letters, like this: 426-3two9-55five5.

Also, read about what the ABA is trying to get CPS attorneys to do for you: National Project to Improve Representation for Parents Involved in the Child Welfare System.

If you are looking for jobs in Canada, the best first place that you can look for it is in POEA.

You are responsible to verify that the person is in fact, an attorney capable of helping you in court.

There are no lawyers working for this website and I cannot give referrals.

We all know that these attorneys are often ineffective and not well-motivated to truly provide an aggressive defense for parents involved in CPS cases.