Five Resources for Lawyers Representing Transition Aged Youth

Some tips and resources to help you prepare your client to age out of the child welfare system.

By Cathy Krebs – January 2021

Lawyers who represent transition-aged youth (ages 16–24) have unique challenges to ensure their clients are prepared as they age out of the child welfare system. Here are some tips and resources to assist you in this work (note that many of these tips and resources are equally applicable for youth transitioning from the juvenile justice system):

Click to access full article in ABA Children and the Law’s Practice Points.

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