Las Vegas Child Abuse & Neglect Attorney
Lawyers for Child Protective Services Cases
Child Protective Services (CPS) is a division of the Clark County Department of Family Services that investigates reports of child abuse and neglect. This may include any type of:
- Physical, sexual or emotional abuse of a child
- Maltreatment of a child
- Negligence in regard to a child's care or treatment
Child abuse is a serious crime that may have more than criminal repercussions (imprisonment and fines) for a defendant. It may also affect child custody and
visitation matters. Once an incident is reported to CPS, the agency will launch an investigation into the matter and may take a child into protective custody depending on the result of the investigation.
Representation for CPS Investigations
Are you currently dealing with a situation that involves Child Protective Services and the possibility that your child will be taken into protective custody? Has your child already been taken into custody by CPS in the Las Vegas area? It is important to talk to a Las Vegas family law attorney about your legal rights. Child abuse allegations are serious, and you will need a competent legal professional to help with this matter if you are to protect not only your legal rights but your child's best interests.
Lawyer for Child Abuse and Neglect in Las Vegas
Cases involving child abuse and neglect are often highly complex and emotionally charged matters. Make sure your interests are represented to the fullest extent of the law by working with an experienced lawyer at Gordon Law Offices. We have almost 60 years of combined legal experience to apply to your case and can help you seek an outcome that is best for you and your child. With our experience not only with protective custody matters but also in criminal defense, we can help you whether you are facing allegations of
domestic violence, abuse or neglect or need help protecting a child who has been subject to abuse.
Contact a Las Vegas child abuse lawyer
at our law firm for help with a legal issue involving Child Protective Services or a child who is in or should be in protective custody.