Child Daycare License Defense California
A Law Practice Built Upon Excellence And A Commitment To Your Professional Future California Department Of Social Services Defense
If you are a child and family day care provider or wish to be one, you are regulated by the California Department of Social Services. Individuals who wish to care for others have a big heart, and they work hard to gain respect from their community.
However, in addition to pure love and caring, you have to be aware of the laws and regulations that govern your business.
That means you may need the counsel and advice of an attorney like Scott J. Harris, Esq. From building your business and gaining licensure, to defending against Accusations and Citations filed by the Department of Social Services, knowing your rights, obligations and remedies is very important.
Defending your business and license can be an overwhelming and daunting task, and can mean the difference between the continued operation of your business, and its closure. Thus, you should consult an attorney with experience before the Department of Social Services and in administrative law.
Scott J. Harris, Esq. and S J Harris Law can help the following care providers:
- Family / Home Child Care
- Day Care and Pre-Schools
- Foster Care
We can assist you with issues such as:
- Initial Licensure
- Criminal Record Exemptions
- Accusation Defense
- Citation Defense
- Out of Ratio Issues
- Allegations of lack of Compliance
- Allegations of Child Abuse
- License Issues due to Criminal Convictions
- License Issues due to Alcohol and Drug Use
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California And Los Angeles Child And Family Care Provider Defense
Frequently Asked Questions
Which department regulates child daycare licenses?
Child care centers and child care license holders are licensed and regulated by the Care Licensing Division of the State Department of Social Services in California.
Should I hire an attorney for a violation against my child daycare license?
As a professional daycare provider, you are required to upkeep your license to operate a childcare center. It is crucial to hire a licensed defense attorney for their understanding of how the licensing board operates in your state and how to negotiate the process with you to a more favorable outcome and possible restoration to reputation and license.
Why did my child daycare license get denied?
When applying for a child daycare license, a rigorous background check is performed to verify that each candidate is reputable and is of good moral standing. If there is anything on your record that could prove to be questionable, such as being convicted of a serious felony or any drug-related offenses, the application for licensure can be denied.