FAQs

Updated: Feb 27

Frequently Asked Questions

What industries do we serve?

Preventative Law & Policy

What area do we service?

Childhood safety, community Service, family law 2.0, and policy.

What record storage services do we provide?

A peer-to-peer child safety file network and a

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peer-to-peer support and encouragement groups.

How do we protect your information?

Safety files are practice between parents and their children or family members/friends and children. Our network is unadulterated and personal information remains with its owners. Clean Law just licenses the use of it system.

Are you

HIPPA

compliant?

Yes. Since Clean Law, Family Law 2.0, and the child safety file network is a licensing clearinghouse and does not process health information, then the HIPPA administrative guide shows HIPPA is not applicable.

Do you handle hard records?

No.

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We hope you never have to experience the Clean Law difference, but vertical gaps between judges and children, horizontal differences between opposing case law party conduits, situational differences in perspectives, and longitudinal time pinches hurt us all because statistics show that these children are more susceptible to behavior problems, drugs, alcohol, early teen pregnancies, incarcerations, etc.  (Who wouldn't try to escape those realities?) The Clean Law Difference enables safer justice without the expensive law degree or retainer fee. A set of products and services like a safety dial for your custom childproof policy depending on the dangers and difficulties faced.  

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Hurt people tend to hurt people. That is streamlined by conventional "adult fighting files," and negligent "family" law v. law justice. People are figuratively squeezed to bleed all over other people, even the littlest children, but who'll never have a seat at the table of decisions as is. And bigger and bigger money goes to paying bigger and bigger squeezers. Worse than David v. Goliath with David in a blender and Goliath pushing the buttons, don't be left out and withdrawn. Be included instead and full-drawn organically.

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