Child Protective Services (CPS) and Your Family Law Case

When: 9-Sep-2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Where: 1501 Fourth Avenue, Seattle WA 3rd floor Alki Conference Room

What: The presence of CPS in a family law case can raise a number of questions. What information is “screened in” and what does that mean? Should your client cooperate? Do you need to be present when your client communicates with CPS? What law applies to dependencies? How will CPS’ involvement affect the dissolution? This presentation provides attorneys with the answers and the resources on how to handle a referral to CPS or make one themselves. Presented by Katherine A. Kent , a former social worker and a Seattle family law attorney in the offices of Cynthia B. Whitaker.

Cost: Free

Credit: 1.0 Live

Register: To register, email or call 206-625-9600. Please include the name of the CLE(s), your name, state bar number, and email address on your RSVP.

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