Juvenile Dependency

At Crider Law, we understand the emotional sensitivity that is needed to successfully complete any type of juvenile or dependency issue. We have experience working with courts and other attorneys involved to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.

Juvenile dependency cases can include the following scenarios:

  • Adoptions
  • Emancipations
  • Juvenile dependency petitions
  • Paternity Issues
  • Severances
  • Termination of parental rights

Depending on the situation, Crider Law can help with the following:

  • Regain the custody of your child/children
  • Guardianship status for relatives
  • Defend against wrongful allegations from CPS
  • Working with Guardian ad Litem (court appointed attorney for children)
  • Non-parental custody

There are some instances where the court decides that a parent is unable to care for their own children and obtains legal custody of the children. At this point, parties involved must work with the court to help determine the best place for the children to resolve. Having an experienced family attorney in your corner can and will have a major impact on the outcome of your case.

Often, juvenile dependency cases can include abandonment, abuse or neglect and it becomes very important to proceed with understanding and experience. Mesa family attorney Brad Crider is prepared to represent his clients to help them resolve any dependency issues they are facing. Trust his knowledge and ability to help you with your case.