Toledo CPS Attorney
Protect Your Family with the Law Office of Lorin Zaner
Dealing with Child Protective Services (CPS) workers can be intimidating and stressful, especially when your family’s future is in question. Being accused of harming your own child is an overwhelming experience, especially when it seems like the system is against you from the beginning. In these situations, you need a staunch legal advocate who is not afraid to stand up to CPS and fight for your rights.
At the Law Office of Lorin Zaner, we are backed by more than four decades of legal experience. We put our full resources and energy into your case, ensuring that we craft a defense that fights for the best possible outcome on your behalf, no matter what accusations you face.
Learn more about your legal options by calling (419) 741-4050 to speak with an attorney for CPS cases today!
Types of CPS Cases We Handle
Our firm can help you navigate dealing with CPS and with any criminal charges you face. As a parent, you have rights when it comes to how you raise your children, and we will work to help you uphold your rights. In many cases, things are blown out of proportion and have serious consequences.
We can help parents accused of the following, and more:
- Shaken Baby Syndrome
- Sexual Abuse
- Physical Abuse
- Child Abuse
A firm with a strong history of specifically defending parents from these charges is an invaluable asset to your case. We can provide you with the legal guidance and advice you need and will keep you up to date throughout every step of case proceedings.
Representation from an Experienced Attorney for CPS Cases
Over the course of his career, Attorney Lorin Zaner has developed a special interest in handling child abuse related cases. Whether dealing with false allegations of sexual assault or other crimes, Attorney Lorin draws upon his extensive knowledge of the subject. He regularly meets with top experts in medicine, psychology and psychiatry to stay up to date on the reasons for false allegations and the “evidence” of abuse that can often be misinterpreted by the medical community.
Find out more about your case by beginning a free consultation with our Toledo CPS lawyer! Contact us today.