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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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  • Can CPS remove your child from your home in Texas using force?
    Can CPS remove your child from your home in Texas using force?

    One of the most intense and emotional aspects of family law are those cases that deal with Child Protective Services ( CPS ) removing a child from a parent’s home. If you find yourself in a position ...

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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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  • Will CPS speak to your child during an investigation in Texas?
    Will CPS speak to your child during an investigation in Texas?

    You probably have a fair amount of questions in regard to any investigation that Child Protective Services (CPS) begins in relation to your family. If this is your first time going through the process ...

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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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  • Take control of your child’s CPS case by following these tips
    Take control of your child’s CPS case by following these tips

    When we feel like we are not in control of a situation it can be a very uncomfortable feeling. It’s like being behind the wheel of a car on the freeway and realizing that the brakes aren’t working. ...

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