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Corvallis Juvenile Dependency Attorney

Understand the Juvenile Legal System in Oregon

Children depend on their parents to provide them with a loving, safe, and stable living environment. However, when parents are unable to care for their children, the juvenile dependency court has to step in. Juvenile dependency is when a child depends on the court or state when their parents or guardian has abused or neglected them. The process involves a social worker coming to the child’s home to inspect the current living situation of the child and work with parents to make the home safe and healthy. However, if the court determines that the child is in imminent or immediate danger in the home, the child can get taken away to a foster home and the rights of the parents may be terminated.

At Jennifer I. Nash & Nicolas Ortiz, P.C., we take juvenile dependency cases seriously. Whether you’re being accused or investigated for hurting your child, it’s crucial to speak with a Corvallis juvenile dependency attorney right away.

Call us today at (541) 243-0678 to get your case thoroughly evaluated. We help minors and their families throughout Benton and Linn Counties.

Protecting Your Parental Rights

While abuse and neglect are sad realities that many children in Oregon face, sometimes, juvenile dependency is being used as a way to gain immediate custody of a child in divorce proceedings. If you’re being accused of abusing or neglecting your child, seek the help of Jennifer I. Nash & Nicolas Ortiz, P.C. immediately to learn about your legal options. We are here to help you understand your rights and guide you through every step of the way.

Our Corvallis juvenile dependency attorneys have over 40 years of combined experience helping both parents and children in this complex juvenile law case. At our firm, we’ve seen how far one parent can go just to gain custody of their child. Similarly, we’ve also been accustomed to children who are better off in the custody of their grandparents or stepparent. No matter the circumstances surrounding the juvenile dependency case, our firm stands ready to help.

To learn more about juvenile dependency in Oregon, contact our criminal defense firm for a consultation.

When Your Rights Are Violated,

Contact Jennifer I. Nash & Nicolas Ortiz, P.C..
  1. We are prepared to put extensive trial experience to work for you.
  2. Hundreds of cases have successfully been handled by our firm.
  3. Our confidence in the courtroom produces favorable results.
  4. We bring over 40 combined years of legal experience to the table.
  5. All clients receive one-on-one attention from their attorney.
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