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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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  • 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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  • Working on a CPS case while you are incarcerated: Communicating with the caseworker
    Working on a CPS case while you are incarcerated: Communicating with the caseworker

    If you are incarcerated as Child Protective Services ( CPS ) is investigating an allegation of abuse or neglect of your child, it is likely to be one of the most frustrating experiences of your life. ...

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  • Approaching a Child Protective Services case as an incarcerated parent
    Approaching a Child Protective Services case as an incarcerated parent

    The Department of Family and Protective Services ( DFPS ) investigates situations that involve abuse and/or neglect of a child. If it is suspected that your child has been abused or neglected a person ...

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  • In what circumstances could your child end up living with your relative during a CPS case?
    In what circumstances could your child end up living with your relative during a CPS case?

    If you have a relative or close family friend or is able and interested in housing your child during a Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case then you should speak to that person about contacting CPS. ...

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