Jean Brandl has over 25 years of experience representing young people in juvenile court. She frequently represents minors with disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorders and ADHD, and she is well-versed in the difficulties faced by families with children who struggle with learning and behavior difficulties. She works closely with the child and his or her parents or guardians to come up with a wide-ranging strategy that takes all factors into account. She is known for her ability to negotiate reasonable agreements with prosecutors and to persuade judges to provide the best possible result for each unique client.
Child in Need of Protection (CHIPS)
Being a parent is difficult and having to defend your parenting in a court of law can be demeaning and exasperating. You are often alone in a courtroom where it can feel like almost everyone is against you; including the county attorney, the social worker, the guardian ad litem, and the child’s attorney. If you are facing allegations in juvenile court for a CHIPS proceeding, you need an attorney who will fight tirelessly for your rights and who will protect you in court.