Aurora, CO asked in Adoption, Family Law, Civil Rights and Juvenile Law for Colorado


What is the real true reason that lawyers won’t take on Child Protective service cases? Every parent I’ve spoken with had nothing but grief with the court appointed lawyer. With mounds of evidence that CPS falsified manipulated coerced and lied just to remove new born baby at birth and eventually adopted, What can a parent do to have the case reopened investigated and show CPS committed damage long term to the new born babies and mostly fraud.

1 Lawyer Answer

A: Having represented parents in CPS cases earlier in my career, it is my opinion that the real true reason is such clients frequently do not pay the attorneys for their services.

Like other significant litigation, CPS cases require a lawyer to spend a great deal of time, including time outside of normal work hours. They use up a lot of non-lawyer resources which the lawyer has to pay for out of his pocket from the fee they charge the client. When such clients do not pay, it is unprofitable to continue to do such work.

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