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Arizona CPS Exposed (XXVII): Court Appointed, Private or Do-It-Yourself Lawyers

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Paula Flowe

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When do parents need an attorney if they find themselves caught up in a Child Protective Services (CPS)* case? 

Are parents permitted to represent themselves in a CPS case? 

Is doing so recommended?

What is a court appointed attorney and do they charge?

What is the difference between a court appointed attorney and a private one?  How will a parent know when they have found one which is reliable and professional?

Are parents able to to obtain all records and court documents related to their case?

Answers to these questions will be discussed in this show.

Learn more from Cliff and Shelley Hoelz at their website, AZProject.org.

Contact us:  SafeChildEnvironmentS@gmail.com, www.TheHittingStopsHere.com

More:  Facebook Group, "It Takes a Village":  www.facebook.com/groups/619940648127025.

*Arizona CPS has been renamed Department of Child Safety (DCS); after today, we will refer to this network as such.  From state to state, the name will vary, generally under one of these two titles.