Parents’ Foster Care Placement Challenges Need Quick Resolutions, New York Appeals Court Rules
The New York City family court isn’t moving fast enough to hear some parents’ challenges of children’s foster care placements, a state appeals court ruled late last week. And, within days of the ruling, advocates say they’ve begun citing the precedent-setting decision in new filings for such hearings.
More Services Or Better Legal Support For Accused Parents? New York Officials and Advocates Divided on What’s Best
A statehouse hearing on child welfare last week began with Brooklyn Assembly member Latrice Walker (D) comparing the Trump administration’s family separation policies at the nation’s border to New York’s foster care practices.