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Kimberly C. Brown is an  Alabama Juvenile Court Lawyer experienced in working in the areas of juvenile dependency and delinquency.

In Alabama, a dependent child is a child who is orphaned, neglected, or abused and in need of care.

Practice in juvenile dependency cases is unique and challenging, requiring continual training to assure the best legal representation of clients. Juvenile dependency cases may be as different and varied as the children and families involved in them. The participation of a lawyer on behalf of all parties subject to juvenile and family court proceedings is essential to the administration of justice and to the fair and accurate resolution of issues at all stages of those proceedings.

Dealing with DHR can be overwhelming, especially when children have been removed from the home.   You need an attorney in a Dependency matter that possess an in-depth working knowledge of the Juvenile Court and Dependency laws and procedures.  If the Department of Human Resources (DHR) is involved with your family, it is vital that you have a trained professional to represent you.  I have been involved in numerous dependency cases, representing the child as Guardian Ad Litem (GAL), the parent(s), and grandparent(s).  Whether it is court appointed or a private retained matter, we welcome the opportunity to work with you in your dependency or delinquency matter.

In Alabama, a delinquent child is a child under the age of 19 who has committed an offense which would be considered a crime if they were an adult.

In Alabama, a delinquent child is a child under the age of 19 who has committed an offense which would be considered a crime if they were an adult.

Call me, Kimberly Brown, at 256.533.8795 to schedule a consultation.