Child Protection

People can become involved with child welfare agencies for a number of reasons and, next to being charged with a criminal offence, there is no greater jeopardy than having a child, or children,  apprehended by an agency. The system itself is complex and there may be a number of issues that our clients face that can be obstacles to their success. We are committed to working with our clients to ensure they understand why an agency may be involved, what their rights are in dealing with an agency, and how they can move forward in meeting any expectations that may be placed upon them.

We offer representation to parents, grandparents, relatives, and children involved with child protection matters and work with counsel for other parents or related parties.