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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 happens in a Texas CPS case when a parent is not able to care for their child?
    What happens in a Texas CPS case when a parent is not able to care for their child?

    If you find yourself in a position where you are not able to provide the basic care for your child that he or she needs, then you have a series of difficult decisions to make. Admitting to yourself ...

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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 is it like to have supervised visitation during a CPS case?
    What is it like to have supervised visitation during a CPS case?

    Having another person oversee the interactions that you have with your child is downright awkward. Imagine having a stranger sitting in your living room on Christmas morning while you and the kids ...

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  • How you can work effectively with CPS during an investigation into your family
    How you can work effectively with CPS during an investigation into your family

    While Child Protective Services ( CPS ) has an open case into your family you will come into contact with a number of persons who are involved with investigating whether or not abuse or neglect ...

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  • How CPS will encourage group decision making for your Texas case
    How CPS will encourage group decision making for your Texas case

    It can feel like you are all alone when you are involved in a Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case. You can be made to feel like you are the only person to have ever been investigated by CPS and ...

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