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Can My Mother or Father Take My Kids in NJ?

In some situations, a third party can step in to take care of your children if you are unable or unwilling to do so. There are circumstances where that third party may be your father or mother. Grandparents have more rights in New Jersey when compared to other states, including grandparent visitation and even stepping […]

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The Role of Your Child’s Teacher in a DCPP Investigation

New Jersey’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) investigates reports regarding child neglect and child abuse throughout the state. As such, DCPP will dispatch investigators to gather information regarding a child abuse or neglect report or referral. When conducting an investigation, one of the most important individuals these investigators may interview is often a […]

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Rules for Reporting Child Abuse in New Jersey

Do You Have to Report Child Abuse in NJ? In New Jersey, any person who reasonably believes that a child is being abused or neglected should report their concerns as soon as possible. The best way to voice their concerns is by contacting 911 or the child abuse hotline at 1-877 NJ ABUSE (1-877-652-2873). Not […]

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Factors that Influence Your New Jersey DCPP Case

If you are placed into the unfortunate and immensely stressful situation of being investigated by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P or Division), it’s important to know what they are looking for. To start, it’s important to understand the four-tier finding system that DCP&P operates within. The Division does not simply enter a […]

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Should I Comply with DCPP’s Demands?

Undergoing an investigation by Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP or Division) is an extremely stressful situation. It is unquestionably emotional and scary to think that your children may be removed from your care and placed into foster care. As such, it is common for DCP&P employees to prey on that duress and demand […]

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What Happens During a DCPP Interview in New Jersey?

What to Know if DYFS Wants to Question You in NJ Any time the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P) receives a compliant, the agency must initiate an investigation. No matter how frivolous the claim may be, the Division has to contact the family and question anyone who may have been involved. What Case […]

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Can DCP&P Contact My Job in New Jersey?

Need to Know if NJ Child Protective Services can Contact my Employer Are you wondering if DCPP can contact your job? The short answer is yes. However, it’s very unlikely that they will. The Division of Child Protection and Permanency is vested with great discretion when conducting an investigation in New Jersey. It’s the Division’s […]

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Doctors & Medical Records in Your NJ DCP&P Case

If the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P, formerly known as DYFS), receives a referral concerning a child who is allegedly being abused or neglected, the Division must immediately initiate an investigation. The assigned investigator is required to interview the child, the parents, any person who lives in the house, and any individual who […]

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