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Resources for the Family Court - Juvenile and Neglect Branch as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in District of Columbia County, District of Columbia, and resources applicable to all courts in District of Columbia.
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Family Law Forms
View and download D.C. Bar online Family Law forms and information for people who do not have lawyers. Available forms include annulment, divorce, separation, child custody, paternity, child support, fee waiver, guardianship, as well as general court forms that may apply to a variety of cases.
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Counsel for Child Abuse and Neglect Office
View information about the Counsel for Child Abuse and Neglect (CCAN) Office, a branch of Family Court that handles the assignment of attorneys in child abuse and neglect cases.
D.C. Child and Family Services
The D.C. Child and Family Services Agency is responsible for the protection of children at risk of abuse and neglect, and provides intervention, foster care, and placement services. The agency also assists at-risk families, partners, and caretakers.
Dispute Resolution Information
View information about the Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division of Superior Court, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to court. Programs include mediation, arbitration, case evaluation, and concilition in civil, small claims, landlord-tenant, medical malpractice, family, probate, and tax disputes. Links to specific programs are on the left side of the Dispute Resolution web page.
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D.C. Public Defender Services Information
The D.C. Public Defender Service offers primarily criminal law assistance for adults and juveniles, but also mental health law, immigration, and disability advocacy. Links to additional Defender Services and other low-cost or no-cost resources are also provided.
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The D.C. Bar offers an Advice and Referral Clinic, Free Child Custody Clinic, Free Divorce Clinic, Landlord Tenant Resource Center, Legal Information Help Line, and fee dispute arbitration.
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