The New York City Family Court

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According to the 2010 Plan for the Future of the New York City Family Court, the main goal of family court relies on ensuring “the highest standard of justice for each and every litigant who enters the courthouse” (2010). This is done by executing a sequence of processes and by providing different resources to individuals involved in the case. There are three major organizations that serve an important role in Family Court. These organizations ensure justice for individuals entering the family court system by providing a variety of different services. These organizations include the Administration for Children’s Services, the Legal Aid Society and the Panel of 18b Attorneys. Each of the three organizations mentioned, work to ensure the welfare of children and service to families by providing a variety of different services. Administration for Children’s Services The Administration for Children’s Services otherwise known as ACS, is an organization that works to ensure the welfare of children and to service families by providing a variety of different services. As stated on the Administration for Children’s Services website, their mission is portrayed as the following “To protects and promotes the safety and well-being of New York City’s children, young people, families, and communities by providing excellent child welfare, juvenile justice, and early care and education services”. The Administration for Children’s Services has had a great impact in the lives of children,
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