Attorney Fagan’s eBook Gives Tips on Preserving Your Family and Your Sanity During CPS Investigations
Child Protective Services (CPS) aims to protect the health and well-being of all children in Texas. If reports of abuse or neglect arise, CPS will investigate. In some cases, the agency even removes children from the family home and places them into foster care. A CPS investigation is one of every parent’s worst nightmares, but you can get through it with the right representation.
In his eBook, “CPS: Investigation Essentials for Texas Families,” Attorney Fagan outlines the basics of how a CPS investigation functions.
He answers questions like:
- Where do reports of child abuse and neglect come from?
- How does CPS prioritize reports?
- Why would a child be removed from a parent’s care?
- What happens in court?
- Does CPS make mistakes?
- And more
Sometimes, CPS asks parents to remove dangerous people or items from their homes or requires anger management, sobriety, or parenting courses. Other times, the situation does not warrant action from CPS at all, and the agency just “checks in” to make sure things are okay. As important as it is to cooperate with Child Protective Services, you should also have an understanding of the investigation process to protect your peace of mind, as well as an advocate to help protect your rights.
While our eBook gives you an overview of what to expect during a CPS investigation, there is no substitute for personalized legal advice. Download our eBook for free to learn more about the essentials of a CPS investigation – simply fill out the form below to get started.
If you still need answers to case-specific questions and a compassionate advisor who will address all your concerns, contact The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at (281) 810-9760 or online. We look forward to helping you and your loved ones get through this difficult time.