Protect the Children — Lawyer-Psychologist
When parents battle in the courtroom, children suffer. When an adult manipulates a child into saying that a beloved parent has abused them, the child suffers. When a noncustodial parent kidnaps a child, the child suffers.
"Children are our greatest resource, yet they are consistently given the short end of the stick." — Demosthenes Lorandos
Devoted to Protecting the Rights of Children and Families
The courts have very little understanding of the behavioral science behind these kinds of issues. But Dr. Demosthenes Lorandos does. Dr. Lorandos is a practicing attorney who has devoted his entire career to protecting the rights of children and families, and helping resolve issues with minors.
Help Across a Broad Range of Juvenile Matters
Whether you lead a national children's rights organization and are concerned about questionable practices in a state's foster care system, or you believe that a counselor has placed suggestions in your child's head about sex abuse, or you fear the loss of the parental bond as a result of a contentious custody battle that you lost, we are here to help.
When a minor child needs protection, this is one lawyer-psychologist you want on your side.
Call 734-545-2919 or e-mail the firm.
Using the Law to Help Children for More Than Forty Years
For many years Dr. Lorandos was a clinical psychologist who conducted evaluations for organizations such as Child Protection Services. He saw children being harmed not helped by the courts, so he decided to become a lawyer to protect their rights. He has been using the law to protect children and address issues with minors since becoming an attorney in 1993.
Author, Expert, Teacher and Skilled Trial Lawyer
From offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Washington, D.C., he leads a team of skilled, culturally diverse lawyers. He has access to some of the nation's top experts and resources on issues with minors. He has authored numerous articles and books on children's issues, including:
- Child suggestibility
- False allegations of child molestation
- Stockholm syndrome
- Parental alienation syndrome
When a parent has limited control over what is happening to the child and wants to help, we can step in and intervene. We seek to minimize impact and protect the well-being of your child, whether your child has found his way into the system because of:
- A parent's abuse or neglect
- A juvenile crime
- A sex molestation matter
- A parental alienation action
- A contentious custody dispute
Forceful Help for Minors — Call Today
Call 734-545-2919 or e-mail the firm to schedule your consultation with our lawyers.