The Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly DYFS) is a regulatory body in New Jersey that can legally separate you and your children. If there has been a DCPP case opened against you with allegations of child abuse, you must contact a New Jersey family law attorney right away.

Accusations of abuse can even be anonymous without basis of fact before an investigation is opened. If you are anonymously accused, you will not know who has made the accusation against you.

Most people feel helpless when the DCPP open an investigation into them. Some have even felt violated because of these investigations. If you are involved in a DCPP matter, contact Edens Law Group today to be sure you understand your rights.