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Child Welfare Law: Neglected, Abused, and Dependent Minors 2021 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER This handbook is a guide for family attorneys handling matters involving abused, neglected, and dependent minors.

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Matters involving children are among the most significant that a family law attorney will face. This handbook helps the attorney navigate those issues while also protecting abused, neglected, and dependent children. Topics covered include children’s rights to medical and mental health treatment, the rights and responsibilities of guardians ad litem, child protection mediation, pretrial and trial issues, and the termination of parental rights. Forms, sample language, and checklists are also included to assist the attorney with these matters.

Chapter 1 — Minors’ Rights to Medical and Mental Health Treatment
Alyana J. Abellar,Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, Lombard

Chapter 2 — Rights and Responsibilities of a Guardian Ad Litem
Elizabeth E. Nohren,Dove & Dove, Attorneys at Law, Shelbyville

Chapter 3 — Child Protection Mediation
Elizabeth E. Nohren, Dove & Dove, Attorneys at Law, Shelbyville

Chapter 4 — Neglected, Abused, and Dependent Children — Pretrial Issues
Stephen M. Dore,Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, and Rachel M. Koch,Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Trials
Nrupa A. Patel,Bolen, Robinson & Ellis, LLP, Decatur

Chapter 6 — Neglected, Abused, and Dependent Children — Dispositions and Permanency
Bruce A. Boyer,Loyola Childlaw Clinic,Kathryn J. Huber Kenyon,Legal Aid Chicago,and Anita M. Weinberg,Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Termination of Parental Rights
Nrupa A. Patel,Bolen, Robinson & Ellis, LLP, Decatur

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      Matters involving children are among the most significant that a family law attorney will face. This handbook helps the attorney navigate those issues while also protecting abused, neglected, and dependent children. Topics covered include children’s rights to medical and mental health treatment, the rights and responsibilities of guardians ad litem, child protection mediation, pretrial and trial issues, and the termination of parental rights. Forms, sample language, and checklists are also included to assist the attorney with these matters.

      Chapter 1 — Minors’ Rights to Medical and Mental Health Treatment
      Alyana J. Abellar,Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, Lombard

      Chapter 2 — Rights and Responsibilities of a Guardian Ad Litem
      Elizabeth E. Nohren,Dove & Dove, Attorneys at Law, Shelbyville

      Chapter 3 — Child Protection Mediation
      Elizabeth E. Nohren, Dove & Dove, Attorneys at Law, Shelbyville

      Chapter 4 — Neglected, Abused, and Dependent Children — Pretrial Issues
      Stephen M. Dore,Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, and Rachel M. Koch,Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender, Chicago

      Chapter 5 — Trials
      Nrupa A. Patel,Bolen, Robinson & Ellis, LLP, Decatur

      Chapter 6 — Neglected, Abused, and Dependent Children — Dispositions and Permanency
      Bruce A. Boyer,Loyola Childlaw Clinic,Kathryn J. Huber Kenyon,Legal Aid Chicago,and Anita M. Weinberg,Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago

      Chapter 7 — Termination of Parental Rights
      Nrupa A. Patel,Bolen, Robinson & Ellis, LLP, Decatur

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