Legal Allegations Involving Children Can Change A Family Forever

It's a new age where parents and guardians need to be aware that their actions or inaction can be punishable by law. If your daughter slips and falls and breaks her arm, you could be held responsible for negligent supervision. If a guardian lets a child go to school, and the school nurse is alarmed that the child's hands are numb because they didn't wear gloves to school, warning bells sound and a child protection agency may be notified. You could be held liable for child endangerment or neglect for not providing gloves for the child in cold weather.

The attorneys at WeedenLaw can help you at any stage of the legal process, whether you are concerned about a situation that could turn into a legal problem, are charged with a crime or already have a trial date set. We can fight for you and your family.

Call our Denver office for a free consultation to discuss your situation at 720-310-2141.

We Work With Government Agencies And Aim For Positive Outcomes

When a legal matter involves child abuse/wrongs to minors, you want to work with an attorney who is familiar with the government agencies that could be involved in your case.

The attorneys at WeedenLaw are experienced at working with the key agencies in Colorado such as the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) and their Office of Children, Youth & Families, Child Protective Services (CPS) and other investigatory governmental agencies looking out for the interests of children. But remember that you also need someone looking out for your interests if allegations of misconduct are made.

Strong Defense To Protect Your Rights

We help parents defend themselves against charges of misconduct and neglect. We all want to strengthen families and protect children, but when allegations of misconduct are made, you need a good lawyer to protect you and your family.

An Advocate For Families

Jeffery L. Weeden is a criminal defense lawyer who cares about families and advocates for their success. He can connect you with resources to get back on the right path after your family experiences wrongdoing to the minor children of your household or faces charges relating to minors in your care.

We offer a free initial consultation. Contact us online or call our Denver office to discuss your case at 720-310-2141.