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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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  • Approaching a CPS case in Texas as a teenaged parent or as a parent who is in jail
    Approaching a CPS case in Texas as a teenaged parent or as a parent who is in jail

    Today’s blog post topics from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan are intended for people who have children that are involved in Child Protective Services ( CPS ) cases who are either children themselves ...

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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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  • Want to help your CPS attorney? Be honest and ask questions
    Want to help your CPS attorney? Be honest and ask questions

    Do not think that just because you are going to have to tell your attorney something unpleasant about you or your family that you should not. I can tell you that because I have been representing ...

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