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  • What you need to know about the Texas foster care system before a CPS case
    What you need to know about the Texas foster care system before a CPS case

    If your child is involved in a CPS case in the state of Texas then you need to be aware that he or she could be removed from your home and placed into foster care. I hate to put it to you so bluntly, ...

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  • Foster Care and its relation to your Texas CPS case
    Foster Care and its relation to your Texas CPS case

    When your child is removed as a part of a Texas Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case and placed into foster care it would be natural on some level to view the foster family as something of an enemy. ...

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  • What will CPS be keeping an eye on regarding your parent-child visitation sessions?
    What will CPS be keeping an eye on regarding your parent-child visitation sessions?

    Unfortunately, some parents do not take advantage of the time that is made available to them in Child Protective Services (CPS) investigations . I don’t necessarily mean that these parents do not show ...

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  • An Overview of the Texas Foster Care System
    An Overview of the Texas Foster Care System

    The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services ( DFPS ) has underneath its governance a division known as Child Protective Services ( CPS ). This agency is responsible for protecting children ...

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  • When can a parent be awarded less than a Standard Possession Order in a Texas divorce?
    When can a parent be awarded less than a Standard Possession Order in a Texas divorce?

    The Standard Possession Order (SPO) is the, well, standard for possession for parents in Texas family law cases who are not designated as the person to determine the primary residence for their child. ...

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  • The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined
    The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined

    Because of the special circumstances surrounding Native American children, the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) was created in 1978. The Act requires child welfare organizations across the nation, ...

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