This article was originally published in The Colorado Lawyer, August 2004, Vol. 33, No. 8
When a dependency and neglect case is on the juvenile court docket, things have already gone wrong with the child and his or her family. Tangled relationships and unhealthy situations are almost certain. Although the court is entrusted with protecting the best interests of the child, other parties have certain rights and obligations. Download this resource to gain insight into what advantages and disadvantages other parties face in a D&N case.
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