Parental Rights & Child Protective Services Attorneys Serving Bay County, Michigan
We Fight for Your Family
When Parental Rights are at risk, it’s important to find an attorney who deals with these kinds of cases and is not afraid to fight for you and your family. You’ll find that kind of attorney on our team.
The risks to your family are high when the state questions your parental rights. The state has the ability to order extended monitoring of your home, supervised visitation with your children, mandatory counseling, the removal of the children from the home, and even criminal charges.
Typically, Parental Rights cases begin when the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) or state Child Protective Services (CPS) officials enter your home for a variety of reasons, including allegations of:
Any issue affecting children
It is important to act quickly if you are facing an allegation from the state, police, or court system.
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Nothing Is More Important than Family
We protect your children and your rights.
Child Protective Services (CPS) investigations in Michigan can have a horrendous effect on a family; particularly children. They often result in caseworker, police, and court involvement, involve the suspension or elimination of parental rights, and can permanently tarnish not only your reputation but destroy your family as well. Knowing what your rights and responsibilities are is important to be able to deal with a CPS investigation.
Don’t try and fight CPS alone. You need aggressive representation from the very start.
The attorneys at Revolution Law PLC are experienced in all phases of these child protective service investigations and have learned that the most important thing to do when faced with one is to immediately contact one of our attorneys. Do not talk to the police or Child Protective Services until you have spoken to one of our CPS lawyers.
If you have already made any statements, it is not too late. We successfully represent parents in all phases of Child Protective Services (CPS) investigations and have reunited numerous families from some of the worst scenarios.