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Tag Archives: Florida Dependency Case


Dependency And The Dangers Of The Foster Care System

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Any parent, if asked, would admit, without hesitation, that parenting is easily the most difficult task they will ever face. The difficulties of parenting are counterbalanced with the joy of seeing one’s child grow and develop into a unique individual. However, this dynamic can be swiftly and severely interrupted if the State opens a… Read More »


Proposed Bill Seeks To Clarify An Unmarried Father’s Rights In Dependency Proceedings

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Dependency cases are supposed to help children living in dangerous situations leave that environment, and help parents fix existing problems so the child can return home. While the reality of the process may differ from the stated goal, the participation of both parents is important to achieving the desired end. However, unmarried men who… Read More »


Things to Know about Drugs and Child Welfare Investigations

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Hearing a knock at the door, followed by accusations of child abuse or endangerment by a state official, is easily a parent’s worst nightmare. Reports of child abuse and neglect are commonly left anonymously, and unfortunately, may represent attempts at retaliation or harassment. One type of accusation that is almost guaranteed to initiate an… Read More »


The Role of Case Plans in Dependency Cases

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Being forced to defend one’s parenting skills and ability to provide for a child is easily a parent’s worst nightmare. And, any parent involved in a dependency case knows firsthand how stressful and frustrating this situation is. Commonly, when the state is motivated to intervene over the care of a minor child, the child… Read More »


When Courts Terminate Parental Rights

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Raising a child is one of the hardest and most rewarding experiences a person can have, which is accomplished through consistent and thorough contact with a child over a span of years. While daily interaction with a child is ideal, divorced parents who share custody still have ample opportunity to influence a child’s development… Read More »

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