We regularly receive requests from families involved with CPS and family courts around the country. Clients come to us at various stages in proceedings, and in jurisdictions with distinct rules regarding representation of parents and legal guardians in administrative and family court matters. Apart from the considerable nuances in state law, FLCA currently has no licensed attorney on staff, and therefore cannot provide legal advice on any particular case. Building this network, then, is crucial to our mission.
When we receive a request for assistance from a parent, we screen them to gather basic information about their situations and refer appropriately to local licensed attorneys using this internal list. We offer direct counsel up-to-date, expert consultation on rapidly-evolving marijuana laws and their intersection with child welfare policy. In addition, we assist lawyers in obtaining expert affidavits and locating relevant scientific and public health evidence to supplement briefs.
Unless you specifically agree to be listed publicly on our website, your membership in FLCA's network will remain confidential. Please contact email@example.com with any questions about the referral screening process.