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When the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (“DCPP” or “the Division”) becomes involved in any family matter, and one considers the complexity surrounding DCPP investigations for potential abuse and neglect, it is reasonable to expect a client to feel uneasy and anxious. However, whether directly or tangentially, DCPP involvement should be a situation that family law counsel can help clients navigate with confidence.

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