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Negotiate the best outcome against protection orders with the best child protection lawyers in Perth. We make sure you know your rights, protect your interests, and fight for what’s important — your children.Book a free consult
Our team provides you with legal clarity and a path forwards in a supportive and friendly atmosphere.
When Savannah Legal can help with your Child Protection Case
Child protection proceedings are one of the most traumatic and heart-wrenching experiences, that often feels like everyone is against you. But you don’t have to face the Department of Communities or navigate this stressful situation alone.
Child Protection WA services is threatening to take away your child
Are you currently being investigated by Child Protection services? Our team of expert child protection lawyers in Perth can help you understand the process, what are your options, attend Department meetings, and how to put yourself in the best position to get the best possible outcome.
For definite legal advice and case planning, speak to an experienced and compassionate child protection lawyer who will protect your interests, defend your rights and fight by your side.
- Negotiate case planning that’s best for you and your child
- Liaise with the Department on your behalf
- Legal representation in Perth Children’s Court
Child Protection WA has taken away your child
If the Department has taken away your child but no protection order has been issued yet, or Child protection order has been issued, there’s a chance your child will be returned home. Before going to court, let’s talk about how we can resolve child protection issues quickly and work towards returning your child home.
Contact Savannah Legal child protection lawyers in Perth for definite advice on case planning and getting your child back.
- Explain your legal rights and how to protect your interests
- What you need to do to meet Department requirements
- Liaise with the Department on your behalf
- Legal representation in court
Court, Care and Protection Orders
Before going to Children’s Court, it’s best to seek legal advice from a child protection lawyer to give yourself the best chances of achieving the best possible outcome. Our experienced child protection lawyers help you with organising relevant documents and paperwork, expert legal representation, support and guidance.
- Protection orders (until 18) appeals and applications
- Protection orders (time-limited) appeals and applications
- Guardianship orders appeals and applications
- Legal representation and trials in Children’s court
- How to meet Department requirements and care plans
Need urgent legal advice and support?
Our comprehensive process for protecting your interestsDepartment of child protection threatening or has taken your children into care? Our comprehensive and affordable process provides you expert legal advice and representation.It all starts with a conversation where we will discuss your current situation confidentially. After some basic information, we’ll schedule an appointment with one of our child protection lawyers who is best suited for your situation.
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Our mission is to help you achieve the best possible outcome with the right resources, experience and expertise.
Frequently Asked Questions
Every situation is different. This is especially the case when it comes to child protection legislation. The best thing any parent can do in this situation is to seek out legal advice about what may help you get your children back.
To ensure you meet all the Departments requirements, book in your free 60 minute consultation for expert legal advice and support.
Yes. The department has the right to speak to your kids and spouse if they are concerned that your child might need protection. A Department officer can even talk to your child without you even knowing that they are speaking to your child.
In most cases, yes. The Department has to inform you that they have spoken to your child, however, there are some exceptions including:
- If telling you interferes with a criminal police investigation
- If the Department believes that telling you could place the child in danger
- If the child has asked that they don’t tell you and the Department believes it is in the child’s best interests not to tell you
Once the Department has taken a child into care, it will make a decision about whether that child needs ongoing protection. Sometimes the Department will not take any more action and the child will be returned to their parents. We recommend speaking to our child protection lawyer to ensure you achieve the best possible outcome. Book in your free 60 minute consultation.
The court takes care and protection of children very seriously. The best thing you can do in this situation is to seek out expert legal advice from our experienced child protection lawyer, this includes if you disagree with the provisional care plan. We will be able to provide you with definite advice on how to meet the Department’s care plan and what you need to do to place yourself in the best possible position to fight for your child. Book in your free 60 minute consultation.