Oklahoma CPS Lawyers
What’s the Difference Between Tribal Deprived Court and State Deprived Court?
What's the difference between tribal deprive court and state deprive court? Oklahoma CPS defense attorney with CPS investigation defense answers. Read more »
How Do You Get a DHS Deprived Case Dismissed?
How do you get a CPS case or a DHS deprived case dismissed? Oklahoma CPS defense attorney has that easy answer. Read more »
Non-Custodial Parent: How to Get the Your Kids Medical Records
You want to get a copy of your kid's school records or even maybe some medical records, but you're not the custodial parent. What do you do? Read more »
How Do You Report Child Abuse?
Oklahoma Child Protective Services Attorney Ryan Cannonie, explains the correct ways to ensure child abuse is reported. Read more »
What Happens After You Call DHS?
Oklahoma CPS Defense Attorney Ryan Cannonie, explains the process for DHS once a person makes a call to the Child Abuse Hotline. Read more »
When Will Police Call DHS?
Oklahoma Child Protective Services Attorney Ryan Cannonie, explains how law enforcement can get DHS involved during an investigation. Read more »
My Kids Have Been Taken by DHS: What Should I Do?
The first thing you should be looking at is placement. And can your family offer placement? Another option is guardianship. Read more »
What to Do if DHS Sets a Hearing to Determine Who Will Keep Custody of Your Children
I have talked to parents who said, "Well, they just had visitation, I have custody. You can't take my kids." Unfortunately, they are wrong. Read more »
What Can an Attorney Do for You That You Can't Do for Yourself in a Deprived Child Action?
When you're talking about a deprive case, there are certain things that an attorney can actually accomplish easier than you could yourself. Read more »
What Does a Post-Adjudication Petition Mean in Your Deprived Case?
Sometimes we have a case where you've been accused of whatever the allegations are. You agree you say, yeah, I have, let's go with drugs. I have a drug problem. I want help. Give me help. Agree to it, get an ISP and an individualized service plan is written up, it's all geared towards your general parenting and drugs. Read more »
What Can an Oklahoma CPS Attorney Do for You in Your Deprived Case?
What can an attorney do for you in the deprived case that you couldn't do by yourself? Oklahoma Child Protective Services Attorney Ryan Cannonie answers.. Read more »
DHS Has Taken Your Kids Due to a Substance Abuse Problem: What Do You Do?
You have a substance abuse problem. DHS has taken your kids and you want help. What do you do? Read more »
Oklahoma CPS Attorney Explains the Rights Native American Parents Have in Deprived Cases
Oklahoma CPS attorney, Ryan Cannonie, explains the rights Native American parents have in deprived cases. Read more »
Tribal Court Versus State Court in Deprived Cases
CPS Investigation defense attorney, Ryan Cannonie, explains a few differences between tribal and state deprived courts. Read more »
CPS Lawyer: The Biggest Mistake I See Parents Make in Deprived Cases
I was a prosecutor for several years, and during that time, the one mistake I saw parents make repeatedly in deprived cases was to just give up. Hello, my name is Ryan Cannonie, I’m a CPS Lawyer with the CPS Investigation Defense Law office. It's a situation that you see all too often in deprived court. I understand that these are emotional and stressful court proceedings. Read more »