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  • Talking to your family about your child’s CPS case
    Talking to your family about your child’s CPS case

    Nobody likes to discuss embarrassing subjects with family and friends. We would all much prefer to share happy news about ourselves and our kids. Unfortunately, there are times in our lives where we ...

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  • When can CPS remove your child from your home in Texas and what can you do about it?
    When can CPS remove your child from your home in Texas and what can you do about it?

    When can CPS remove your child from your home in Texas and what can you do about it? The most sickening and nerve-wracking experience in connection with a CPS investigation is the concern that you ...

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  • What does a Texas CPS investigation look like?
    What does a Texas CPS investigation look like?

    If you have recently been contacted by CPS about a report being made to them that your child has possibly been abused or neglected you are probably feeling a bit uneasy at this moment. You don’t know ...

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  • Confidentiality in your Texas CPS case
    Confidentiality in your Texas CPS case

    Once Child Protective Services ( CPS ) has become involved with your family, the agency will begin to gather information about you, your child and your family. Personal information will be included in ...

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  • What does it mean when a CPS report is made against you in Texas?
    What does it mean when a CPS report is made against you in Texas?

    If you are a parent who has been alerted by CPS that a person has made the agency aware of possible abuse or neglect of your child, you probably have a lot of questions. Who made the call? What ...

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  • How can you take advantage of visitation with your child during a CPS case if you are incarcerated?
    How can you take advantage of visitation with your child during a CPS case if you are incarcerated?

    To get ready for any visitation session that you are provided in your Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case, your child’s caseworker and your attorney should talk with you before the visit to help ...

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