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*THIS LAW OFFICE ACCEPTS CLIENTS INVOLED IN LEGAL DISPUTES WITH THE CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETIES ACROSS ONTARIO, INCLUDING:
Native Child and Family Services of Toronto
The Children's Aid Society Of Toronto
The Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto
The Children's Aid Society of Hamilton
The Catholic Children's Aid Society of Hamilton
The Jewish Family and Child Service, Toronto
The Durham Children's Aid Society, Oshawa
The Family and Children's Services Niagqra, St. Catherines
The Halton Children's Aid Society, Burlington
The Highland Shores Children's Aid Society, Belleville
The York Region Children's Aid Society, Newmarket
Peel Children's Aid, Brampton
WE REPRESENT PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS AND OTHER RELATIVES
This law office accepts legal aid certificates for child protection cases. If you are looking for a CAS legal aid lawyer, give us a call.
We appear in Toronto Courts, Brampton, Durham Region, Newmarket, and other Ontario courts.
Controlling Your Anger When Dealing with the CAS or Children’ Aid Societies
By Andreas Solomos – an experienced Toronto lawyer handling children’s aid defence cases.
When the Children’s Aid or CAS comes knocking on your door, one of the most powerful emotions you will experience is anger: anger at yourself for getting into a situation that prompted someone to notify the CAS alleging your children are abused or run the risk of suffering physical or emotional harm; angry at your spouse for causing you all that trouble; or angry at the CAS’s workers for intruding into your life and your children’s lives.
- To conduct a thorough investigation before acting.
- To consider alternative measures for the protection of children before proceeding to court.
- To continue its investigation up until the time of a final court determination in a vigorous, professional manner.
- To treat all clients fairly and equally and with as much dignity as possible.
- To reassess its position as more information becomes available.
- To ensure that its workers are skilled in the performance of their roles.