Who We Help

Child Justice helps protective parents and their children as they navigate the family court system.
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We provide or seek pro bono legal services for non-offending, protective parents in civil family law or protective order cases involving child custody and access. These cases must have supporting evidence of one or more of the following: coercive control, domestic violence, or child abuse or neglect by the alleged abusive parent.

Child Justice’s work takes place at the complex intersection between the civil family law, criminal justice, and child welfare legal systems. Our cases are often imbued with implicit gender, racial, and ethnic biases and often involve mental health issues related to adverse childhood experiences/trauma, domestic violence, child abuse, disabilities, and social justice/human rights. We work to ensure that children have a safe and stable future in which nurturing care is provided and their right to dignity and selfhood is protected.

We also refer protective parents to community resources and offer emotional support to them and their children. If you need help, please request legal assistance today by filling out our web form form here. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

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American adults grew up living with domestic violence as children.
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Percentage of child fatalities that involve at least one parent.

Who We Help

Child Justice helps protective parents and their children as they navigate the family court system.
We provide or seek pro bono legal services for non-offending, protective parents in civil family law or protective order cases involving child custody and access. These cases must have supporting evidence of one or more of the following: coercive control, domestic violence, or child abuse or neglect by the alleged abusive parent.

Child Justice’s work takes place at the complex intersection between the civil family law, criminal justice, and child welfare legal systems. Our cases are often imbued with implicit gender, racial, and ethnic biases and often involve mental health issues related to adverse childhood experiences/trauma, domestic violence, child abuse, disabilities, and social justice/human rights. We work to ensure that children have a safe and stable future in which nurturing care is provided and their right to dignity and selfhood is protected.

We also refer protective parents to community resources and offer emotional support to them and their children. If you need help, please request legal assistance today by filling out our web form form here. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
Request Legal Assistance

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American adults grew up living with domestic violence as children.
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Children are exposed to domestic violence every year.
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Average number of child abuse reports received nationally every year.
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Percentage of child fatalities that involve at least one parent.

Who We Help

Child Justice helps protective parents and their children as they navigate the family court system.
We provide or seek pro bono legal services for non-offending, protective parents in civil family law or protective order cases involving child custody and access. These cases must have supporting evidence of one or more of the following: coercive control, domestic violence, or child abuse or neglect by the alleged abusive parent.

Child Justice’s work takes place at the complex intersection between the civil family law, criminal justice, and child welfare legal systems. Our cases are often imbued with implicit gender, racial, and ethnic biases and often involve mental health issues related to adverse childhood experiences/trauma, domestic violence, child abuse, disabilities, and social justice/human rights. We work to ensure that children have a safe and stable future in which nurturing care is provided and their right to dignity and selfhood is protected.

We also refer protective parents to community resources and offer emotional support to them and their children. If you need help, please request legal assistance today by filling out our web form form here. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
Request Legal Assistance

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American adults grew up living with domestic violence as children.
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Children are exposed to domestic violence every year.
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Average number of child abuse reports received nationally every year.
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Percentage of child fatalities that involve at least one parent.

Who We Help

Child Justice helps protective parents and their children as they navigate the family court system.
We provide or seek pro bono legal services for non-offending, protective parents in civil family law or protective order cases involving child custody and access. These cases must have supporting evidence of one or more of the following: coercive control, domestic violence, or child abuse or neglect by the alleged abusive parent.

Child Justice’s work takes place at the complex intersection between the civil family law, criminal justice, and child welfare legal systems. Our cases are often imbued with implicit gender, racial, and ethnic biases and often involve mental health issues related to adverse childhood experiences/trauma, domestic violence, child abuse, disabilities, and social justice/human rights. We work to ensure that children have a safe and stable future in which nurturing care is provided and their right to dignity and selfhood is protected.

We also refer protective parents to community resources and offer emotional support to them and their children. If you need help, please request legal assistance today by filling out our web form form here. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
Request Legal Assistance

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American adults grew up living with domestic violence as children.
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Children are exposed to domestic violence every year.
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Average number of child abuse reports received nationally every year.
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Percentage of child fatalities that involve at least one parent.

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Each year, family courts sentence 58,000 children to live with parents who are abusive, negligent or predatory. Hundreds of times a year, a child’s life ends at the hands of an abusive parent, an entirely preventable tragedy. Far too often this happens because our legal system, for a variety of reasons, isn’t equipped to identify, understand and adjudicate cases where domestic violence and child abuse are present. Child Justice works with protective mothers, protective fathers, and their children to prevent these tragedies. Our number one priority is the safety of children.

Below are a few stories from the families Child Justice has helped. To protect the identity of our clients, names and/or details of their cases may have been changed.

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The stories behind the families we help.
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Testimonials

The stories behind the families that we help.
Each year, family courts sentence 58,000 children to live with parents who are abusive, negligent or predatory. Hundreds of times a year, a child’s life ends at the hands of an abusive parent, an entirely preventable tragedy. Far too often this happens because our legal system, for a variety of reasons, isn’t equipped to identify, understand and adjudicate cases where domestic violence and child abuse are present. Child Justice works with protective mothers, protective fathers, and their children to prevent these tragedies. Our number one priority is the safety of children.

Below are a few stories from the families Child Justice has helped. To protect the identity of our clients, names and/or details of their cases may have been changed.
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Testimonials

The stories behind the families we help
Each year, family courts sentence 58,000 children to live with parents who are abusive, negligent or predatory. Hundreds of times a year, a child’s life ends at the hands of an abusive parent, an entirely preventable tragedy. Far too often this happens because our legal system, for a variety of reasons, isn’t equipped to identify, understand and adjudicate cases where domestic violence and child abuse are present. Child Justice works with protective mothers, protective fathers, and their children to prevent these tragedies. Our number one priority is the safety of children.

Below are a few stories from the families Child Justice has helped. To protect the identity of our clients, names and/or details of their cases may have been changed.
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Testimonials

The stories behind the families we help.
Each year, family courts sentence 58,000 children to live with parents who are abusive, negligent or predatory. Hundreds of times a year, a child’s life ends at the hands of an abusive parent, an entirely preventable tragedy. Far too often this happens because our legal system, for a variety of reasons, isn’t equipped to identify, understand and adjudicate cases where domestic violence and child abuse are present. Child Justice works with protective mothers, protective fathers, and their children to prevent these tragedies. Our number one priority is the safety of children.

Below are a few stories from the families Child Justice has helped. To protect the identity of our clients, names and/or details of their cases may have been changed.
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