Peoria, IL DCFS Lawyers

Illinois Family Law Attorneys

The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) investigates allegations of child abuse and neglect and is empowered to remove children from their home if it is deemed necessary for the protection of a child. Parents who have been contacted by DCFS concerning an investigation or who have had a child removed from their home should immediately contact an experienced family law attorney to ensure the protection of their rights.

For help, contact Borsberry Law Offices, P.C., in Peoria, Illinois. We handle DCFS cases, including:

  • DCFS hearings
  • Help for clients who are being investigated
  • Appeal of incorrect findings
  • Clearing of records (e.g., when there is a false report of abuse by a third party)

Family Law and Criminal Defense Attorneys

As a family law and criminal defense firm, we are prepared to handle a variety of legal issues that could arise as a result of a child abuse or child neglect allegation. In addition to protecting your parental rights in your DCFS case, we can also provide a vigorous defense if you are accused of a criminal offense, such as child endangerment, domestic violence or drug possession. Should your case result in a child custody dispute between parents or another contested family law matter, we offer a full-service family law practice.

Protect Your Rights

Our founding attorney, Joseph M. Borsberry, has more than 20 years of legal experience. He has helped many parents in DCFS cases and has extensive experience in other challenging family law and criminal law matters. He cares about his clients and works closely with them to ensure the protection of their rights. Our attorneys and staff will work hard to seek the best possible outcome to your legal matter. You can rely on us to vigorously protect your rights.

Contact an Illinois DCFS Lawyer

To schedule a free consultation with a Peoria DCFS attorney at our firm, call 309-740-7246 or contact us toll free at 888-674-7192. You may also contact us by e-mail.