How likely is it that CPS will investigate your family? Over 37% of children will experience a child protective services (CPS) investigation by the time they turn 18, according to the
When you hire someone to teach your children to swim, you should not have to worry about the instructor making unfounded reports about them to CPS. Twice.
Can your child be legally left at home without a babysitter or other supervision? Well, that depends.
Three-month-old Ethan had been in perfect health. He was breastfed, was on his growth curve, and had never been sick. The family did not have any history of SIDS.
On April 6, 2016, a young girl -- known only as N.M. in court documents -- was extremely fussy, causing her concerned parents to bring her to the family’s pediatrician. The pediatrician diagnosed her
Should I leave my child alone in the car or at home? Can I let them play at the park across from our house? Can they play a game of basketball in the street? While we parents may have grown up
Though the Halberts’ newborn baby boy was otherwise doing great, someone called CPS on them after his weight temporarily dipped below his projected growth curve.
Most of us have been here. You are out running errands and have been getting your children in and out of the car all day. Now, all you need to do is make a quick stop at the post office.
10-month-old Hunter, who had spent his entire life in foster care, was finally reunited with his parents after a judge ruled that their limited cognitive abilities did not make them unfit to parent.
In the midst of a heated Republican primary race, a rival political operative instigated a CPS investigation by making false allegations of child abuse and neglect against the opposing candidate