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Laws, Rules & Resources on CHIPS

If you are representing yourself in a child protection case in Minnesota, you are responsible for following the same laws and rules as an attorney. Read Rights and Duties of Self-Represented Parties.

Laws & Rules on Child in Need of Protection

The following is a list of some of the laws and rules that deal with child protection in Minnesota. See also Laws, Rules & Legal Research.

You can get more help with your legal research at Law Libraries throughout Minnesota. County law libraries are open to the public, but hours will vary.

We strongly encourage you to talk with a lawyer to get advice on how the laws and rules may affect your case.

Resources on Child in Need of Protection


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