Few experiences in life are as emotionally distressing as when the Children’s Aid Society becomes involved with your family. While part of its’ function is to assist families with services, the Children’s Aid Society is mandated to investigate concerns regarding the safety and well-being of children.
The circumstances which brought the Children’s Aid Society to your door are rarely simple. Neither is the process of satisfying it that there are no concerns or that the concerns are appropriately mitigated. Child protection cases are complex and multi-faceted at every stage.
Whether you are a parent, a grandparent, a kin caregiver, a foster parent, or an aboriginal Band, I can help you navigate your relationship with the Children’s Aid Society, help ensure that your children’s best interests remain the focus, and that your children’s needs are met in the least disruptive manner.
If the Children’s Aid Society is involved with your family, call Carnegie Law Office to ensure the focus remains on your children. The stakes are too high for anything less.
Voluntary Service Agreements
Plans of Care