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  • What is Considered an Unsafe Environment for a Child?
    What is Considered an Unsafe Environment for a Child?

    If you have children, you may understand what a joy being a parent to a child is. A child’s innocence is one of the purest things in life, and as a parent you would do anything to protect your ...

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  • What are the 4 types of child neglect?
    What are the 4 types of child neglect?

    The beginning years of a child’s life are the most important for their development. Therefore, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) through the Child Protective Services work ...

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  • How to plan a visitation schedule for you and your child during a Texas CPS case
    How to plan a visitation schedule for you and your child during a Texas CPS case

    The more detailed your plan is when it comes to visiting your child during a Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case, the better off you and your child will be. You, your child, your family, CPS and ...

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  • What role do fathers play in visitation during a Texas CPS case?
    What role do fathers play in visitation during a Texas CPS case?

    If you are a father of a child going through a Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case then you may feel a bit left out of the process. Odds are decent that your child lives primarily with her mother ...

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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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