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  • Kinship placement in Texas: What it is and how your family could be impacted by it
    Kinship placement in Texas: What it is and how your family could be impacted by it

    In the event that you and your family are impacted by a Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case or you are otherwise unable to care for your child, kinship placement may become a possibility for you ...

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  • How to prevent a second CPS investigation after your first concludes
    How to prevent a second CPS investigation after your first concludes

    We hear a lot in the media about recidivism when it comes to men and women who go to jail or prison one time, and that one time becomes two, three or four future stays in prison. It is a topic that is ...

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  • What happens in a Texas CPS case when a parent is not able to care for their child?
    What happens in a Texas CPS case when a parent is not able to care for their child?

    If you find yourself in a position where you are not able to provide the basic care for your child that he or she needs, then you have a series of difficult decisions to make. Admitting to yourself ...

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  • What to do if your spouse is being investigated by CPS in Texas for abuse or neglect of your child?
    What to do if your spouse is being investigated by CPS in Texas for abuse or neglect of your child?

    Other than the fear of being investigated yourself by CPS for having committed a neglectful or abusive act against your child, one of your biggest concerns as a parent may be the possibility of your ...

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  • What is it like to have supervised visitation during a CPS case?
    What is it like to have supervised visitation during a CPS case?

    Having another person oversee the interactions that you have with your child is downright awkward. Imagine having a stranger sitting in your living room on Christmas morning while you and the kids ...

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  • Should you go to your CPS hearing even if you have warrants out for your arrest?
    Should you go to your CPS hearing even if you have warrants out for your arrest?

    It would not be out of the ordinary for a person who is involved with a CPS case to also have warrants out for his or her arrest. You may be attempting to gather evidence to prove your innocence or ...

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