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Baltimore Child Abuse Lawyer

Child Neglect · Termination of Parental Rights · Adoption

Allegations of child abuse or neglect are frightening and life changing. Accusations can impact both personal lives and careers. From termination of parental rights to the loss of a professional license, the consequences are severe. Those accused need immediate and aggressive representation from a lawyer when their futures are at stake.

I established the office of Susan Kirwan, Attorney at Law, to protect the rights of my clients in cases involving the termination of parental rights. Every situation is different. Each case is unique. Some cases involve adoption by a stepparent. Others involve serious accusations of child abuse.

To set up an initial consultation, contact my office online or call me at 410-244-1456.

Maryland CPS Attorney

Regardless of the reasoning for terminating parental rights, the Department of Social Services and Child Protective Services (CPS) have the same standard. If abuse and neglect have been determined, these powerful government entities will fight to take children away from parents not looking out for their best interests. Parents facing the loss of their sons and daughters need and deserve aggressive advocacy to even the odds they face.

Teachers, daycare providers, nurses and any licensed professional dealing with children on a daily basis face the immediate end of their career. They need aggressive representation in administrative appeals regarding their license. Even those pursuing licensure in any of these professions or volunteering to work with children can be eliminated from consideration immediately.

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To set up an initial consultation with a Baltimore child abuse attorney, contact me via e-mail or call me at 410-244-1456. All meetings are by appointment. My office is open on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted.

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