Foster Parent Rights

This is a practice area we are known for and is dear to our hearts.

When a child forms a bond or attachment with his or her foster parents, it is a good sign. It means the child is healing. It brings the child comfort and security during a time of chaos. This bond or attachment must be delicately handled when considering the child’s permanent home and deserves due consideration. We have substantial experience, all over the state, in trial and appellate courts, in these tough cases. We can help foster parents understand their rights to visitation, custody, adoption, or other relationships that may be in the foster child’s best interests, and if necessary, we can help them advocate in the child’s CHIPS or TPR proceedings.