Juvenile Law

We offer an array of Juvenile Law services, spanning a range of cases involving minors under the age of 18, including Dependency Representation, Grandparent Rights, Guardianship, Termination of Parental Rights, Foster Parent Representation, Private Adoption, and DCS Adoption.

Learn more about these services below and contact one of our experienced attorneys today to discuss your options.

Dependency Representation

Our experienced juvenile law attorneys can provide representation for parents involved in court action regarding Dependency and Severance cases. We can serve as counsel from the beginning all the way through to family reunification or guardianship/termination.

Grandparent Rights

Recognizing grandparent rights is a rather new development, though grandparents, just as other meaningful relationships, such as step-parents or other caretakers, form deep bonds with the children in their lives.


There are two types of guardianship defined by the court. A guardianship, legally speaking, is the appointment of an individual or an entity to make personal decisions on behalf of and provide care for either a minor child or an adult who is incapacitated.

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