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Multiple Studies Show Children Better Off Left in Troubled Homes than Put Into Foster Care

Multiple Studies Show Children Better Off Left in Troubled Homes than Put Into Foster Care

by Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News A new study conducted by Martin Guggenheim, from the NYU School of Law School, shows that children seized by Child Protection Services spend much less time in Foster Care if the parents are provided with high-quality legal representation, with no compromise in child safety. This means that many children in Foster Care today would not even need to be there if their parents had proper legal representation to fight the massive billion dollar foster care…

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