The Department of Children’s and Family Services (“DCFS”) investigated reports of child abuse and neglect. After an investigation, if the Department determines that abuse or neglect has occurred, an individual will become “indicated”. An indicated finding means that after an investigation DCFS has found credible evidence that a child was abused or neglected and that the indicated individual is responsible for the abuse or neglect. An indicated finding can be maintained on the State Central Register for fifty (50) years unless successful with an administrative appeal. Such a finding can have wide-reaching effects on one’s current employment, future employment, and reputation in the community.
WEINBERG LAW HAS EXPERIENCE LITIGATING DCFS APPEALS.
Weinberg Law has successfully defended indicated findings for dozens of clients. Weinberg law has the ability to focus on the issues so that the truth will prevail.
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