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Child-Abuse Reports Are Falling, and That’s Bad News for Children

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Pediatricians say they are seeing alarming injuries and deaths as the coronavirus pandemic cripples the nation’s early-warning system for child abuse. Read More Here

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Florida Bar Foundation Revamps Proposed Grants to Build COVID-19 Reserve

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We are so proud that The Florida Bar Foundation increased Florida’s Children First’s yearly grant and recognized the great systemic work FCF does for children! Read more from the Florida Bar Foundations here.

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The Center Square: Super Bowl first test of Florida’s new defense against human trafficking

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As reported by the Center Square, “The San Francisco 49ers’ vaunted defense will be tested by the Kansas City Chiefs’ dynamic quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, in Sunday’s Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. The influx of an estimated 200,000 visitors this week to South Florida also will... View Article

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More permanent placements needed for Florida’s foster youth

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A recent investigation by the Tampa Bay Times newspaper found that “thousands of Florida’s foster children were put at risk of further psychological damage by an overburdened system that repeatedly bounced them from home to home and family to family.” According to Robin Rosenberg, deputy director of Florida’s Children First,... View Article

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Newly-released Report Shows How Florida Compares to Other States in Outcomes of Youth Transitioning from Foster Care

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On November 13, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released Fostering Youth Transitions, a report with the most comprehensive data ever collected across all 50 states to help illustrate how young people ages 14 and older are faring as they transition from foster care to adulthood. This first-of-its-kind report examines how... View Article

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Horrible Abuse of Orange Park Teen by His Own Mother and Grandmother

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The Associated Press recently reported that a 13-year-old Orange Park boy told police that his grandmother and his aunt beat him, locked him in a box and chained him to a couch for days without food. According to Local 10 News, “Orange Park police said the boy was treated in... View Article

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Children’s Rights Attorney Howard Talenfeld Receives 2018 Medal of Honor Award from The Florida Bar Foundation

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Nationally-known children’s rights attorney Howard Talenfeld was recognized by The Florida Bar Foundation as the recipient of the 2018 Medal of Honor Award for a Lawyer. The Medal of Honor Award is the highest award given by The Florida Bar Foundation and recognizes individuals who have distinguished themselves through their... View Article

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Talenfeld Law Founder Howard Talenfeld to Receive 2018 Medal of Honor Award

              

Our firm is incredibly excited to share that our founder, Howard Talenfeld, will receive the 2018 Medal of Honor Award for a Lawyer at The Florida Bar Foundation’s Annual Dinner in Orlando. The Medal of Honor Award is the highest award given by The Florida Bar Foundation. This celebration of... View Article

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Talenfeld Law Receives Law Firm of the Year Award from Legal Aid

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Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) and Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA) recently honored Talenfeld Law with the 2017  Law Firm of the Year Award during the annual fundraising event, For the Public Good. Talenfeld Law has made significant contributions to legal service providers and their... View Article

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Foster Child Deaths Again Highlight Failed Privatized Welfare System

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A letter to the editor from preeminent foster child rights attorney Howard Talenfeld was published in the Miami Herald and the Naples Daily News this week regarding the tragic deaths of teens like Giulianna Ramos Bermudez, Lauryn Martin-Everett and Naika Venant. Their suicides prove again that privatization of the child welfare... View Article

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