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  • Preparing a visitation session in a Texas CPS case
    Preparing a visitation session in a Texas CPS case

    You will be given notice regarding the directions on how to get to any CPS location that is hosting your visitation session. Instructions will also be provided to you on who to contact when you arrive ...

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  • Facing a CPS case in Texas and confused about how visitation works? Read this blog post
    Facing a CPS case in Texas and confused about how visitation works? Read this blog post

    I have been in contact with many parents and many families who are facing CPS cases in my time as a family law attorney. Of all the difficult and downright scary circumstances that a family can face ...

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  • Visiting with your child during a Texas CPS case
    Visiting with your child during a Texas CPS case

    Whatever visitation that you are provided with during your CPS case is precious. You will not have many opportunities to spend quality time with your child during this time period and as a result, you ...

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  • Family visitation during a Texas Child Protective Services case
    Family visitation during a Texas Child Protective Services case

    No later than the thirtieth day after the date on which the Department of Family and Protective Services is named as the temporary managing conservator of your child, the agency must create a ...

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  • Terminating the parental rights of an alleged biological father in a Texas CPS case
    Terminating the parental rights of an alleged biological father in a Texas CPS case

    As it sometimes happens in Texas Child Protective Services cases, the child involved in the case will not have a legally established father. Obviously, the child has a biological father but in the ...

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  • Final hearings in Texas Child Protective Services cases
    Final hearings in Texas Child Protective Services cases

    From the date that your CPS case is filed, there is a one year limit on how long your case may last. This may seem like a long time to wait for a conclusion to your case when you first consider it. ...

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