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    • The Complaint Processby Guardian ad Litem Board Ages: 18+Certified guardians ad litem are required to adhere to certain Ethical Standards and Standards of Practice established by the Board. These may be found in Chapter Gal 500 of the Board’s administrative rules. Violation of one or more of these ethical ...Subjects: complain, GAL, sanctions, parent, court, custody

    • Paula Werme, Attorney at Lawby Paula  Werme Ages: 18+Paula Werme's Web site about NH's Division of Children, Youth, and Familes devoted to defending constitutions and your freedoms. Subjects: links, DCYF, New Hampshire, attorney, freedom, rights, attorney

    • New Hampshire CPS News Archiveby Kidjacked Ages: 18+Read the latest in family rights news, foster care, legal cases and much more. Submit local news stories and information about what's happening in New Hampshire and we'll include it here in our coverage.Subjects: news, resources, foster care, child protective services, CPS, abuse, false allegations, law, stories, parental rightsLocation: New Hampshire

    • The Saga of H8DCYFby Ric Werme Ages: 18+New Hampshire has a long history of interesting vanity license plates. Part of this is due to a sign at the Dept. of Motor Vehicles that says "Initial Plates" and sucks in people who think they are getting their first license plates.Subjects: vanity plates, humor, DCYF, civil rights, foster care

    • Division for Children, Youth & Families Informationby DHHS Ages: 18+The Division for Children, Youth and Families manages protective programs on behalf of New Hampshire's children, youth and their families. DCYF staff provide a wide range of family-centered services ...Subjects: child protection, foster care, youth, children, families

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