A juvenile dependency hearing is generally held to determine whether a child’s parent or guardian is abusive or neglectful. In these cases, the juvenile court might temporarily or permanently remove the child from the parent or guardian’s home for their protection. Mr. Trout and Mr. Greene explain how these hearings are conducted, the consequences of the hearing, what you can do to prepare for one, and more.
What Are Juvenile Dependency Hearings? – Men’s Divorce Podcast
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