The abuse or neglect of a child can destroy lives and ruin families. Conversely, false allegations of child abuse or neglect can have the same devastating effect. This KnowledgeBase section contains articles by lawyers that explain what does and does not constitute abuse, list the steps of a child abuse investigation, and describe the legal recourse available to individuals whose lives have been affected by child abuse.
FindLaw Child Abuse Articles
- Colorado family law: grandparents’ rights to grandchild visitation
Provided by: Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley
In recognition of the potential significance of a grandparent, Colorado law provides a procedure for a grandparent to ask the state court for the right to visit or spend reasonable time with a grandchild in three specific situations. Read More »
- New Jersey’s Division of Youth and Family Services gets a new name
Provided by: Maynard & Sumner, LLC
The Division of Youth and Family Services in New Jersey, previously known as DYFS, recently changed its official name to the Division of Child Protection and Permanency, or simply DCP&P. Read More »