Foster care system under investigation in New York

Posted on September 26, 2016 by admin

Sixty-year-old Cesar Gonzales-Mugaburu let a dozen boys into his New York home under the pretense he was caring for them. His involvement in the foster system dates back 20 years. Unfortunately, that is long before allegations of sexual abuse surfaced against him. The charges created doubts about the rigidity of safety standards imposed on New York’s foster care system. District Attorney Thomas Spota said […]

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Chris Kirker’s Top Five Custody Tips

Posted on September 22, 2016 by admin

Austin custody lawyer Chris Kirker of Kirker Davis LLP offers the following five tips for parents who are going through custody disputes. Be a strong co-parent. Being a strong co-parent means you do not disparage the other parent in front of your child. Period. Remember, your child’s identity, in part, comes from their feelings about […]

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Child neglect charges follow couple across 3 states

Posted on September 20, 2016 by admin

Forty-eight-year-old William and 36-year-old Claire Rembis are charged with neglecting their 11 children. Child neglect investigations began plaguing the couple in 2001 in Michigan and New Jersey, and are now in Texas. One neighbor claimed in September that the couple’s children “eat out of the trash.” However, the couple deemed her claim “ridiculous.” Both parents also dispute allegations that they play music to […]

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Harris County District Court Judge John Schmude ordered Child Protective Services to pay the legal expenses of a wronged father. Schmude ruled the CPS unlawfully took the father’s daughter away from him. Furthermore, Schmude instructed the involved CPS personnel to read the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights in the Texas Constitution. According to the […]

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