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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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  • What are your lawyer’s responsibilities during your CPS case?
    What are your lawyer’s responsibilities during your CPS case?

    So much of blog writing in the field of family law is detailing what you need to do to improve your chances of achieving a successful result in your case. It is understandable why this is the case. ...

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  • What are the different foster care environments your child could be placed into?
    What are the different foster care environments your child could be placed into?

    If you are a Texas resident you are likely aware that our state’s foster care system has not been receiving the best of headlines recently. It seems that foster families and foster homes that our ...

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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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