Hi. I don't mean to appear ignorant - not any more so than usual, anyway - but what exactly is "child advocacy" law? I have been volunteered at a residential treatment centers for abused kids, an "emergency nursery" where people drop off their kids for a few hours, no questions asked, when they feel like they're at the end of their rope with their child(ren), and been a foster parent. The only attorneys I've met, even guardians ad litem at the court hearings when the kids' biolgical parents' rights were being terminated, practised what they called family law. Can you enlighten me, please? Thanks.