Caregiver Liability: When Kids Run from Foster Care

Guest Contributor, Daniel Pollack, MSSA (MSW), JD examines research data on youth runaways from foster homes and provides examples of precentative measures caregivers can take to avoid legal liability.

Child Abuse Investigations: Good, Bad or Ugly?

Family Law Attorney John Meehling, looks at a report from the October 2010 issue of Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine , that reveals investigations conducted by state-led Child Protective Services do not significantly reduce risk for future violence or abuse.

Can a Spouse Obtain a Civil Protection Order for Verbal Abuse?

Family Law Attorney Anne Shale brings forth the question, if a spouse can seek a Civil Protection Order for Verbal Abuse agaomst a family or household member under Ohio’s Domestic Violence Statute.

Divorcing the Abuser

Guest Contributor Psychotherapist Donna F. Ferber, examines the dangers of ignoring domestic violence in a marriage, and provides valuable tips for women/men seeking help or feel they have been the victims of domestic abuse in their home.

Custody Wars: My Lawyer Suggested that I Fabricate a Child Abuse Allegation!

Guest Contributor Judianne Cochran, examines how some lawyers use the false allegations of domestic violence or child abuse, to favor one parent over the other in custody cases.

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