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  • Handling a Child Protective Services case while addicted to drugs or alcohol
    Handling a Child Protective Services case while addicted to drugs or alcohol

    If you are a parent who is facing a CPS investigation due to an addiction to drugs or alcohol there is specific information you should be aware of as you begin to map out a plan for yourself and your ...

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  • If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?
    If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?

    When considering the potential safety risks that could result in your child being removed from your home domestic violence ranks very high on the list. It is looked upon as being so high a risk and ...

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  • Child Protective Services cases from the perspective of a teen parent
    Child Protective Services cases from the perspective of a teen parent

    It is possible for a teenager to be a part of a CPS investigation as both the subject of the investigation as a parent as the child who was potential abused or neglected by their parent. If you are a ...

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  • Miscellaneous pieces of advice regarding your Child Protective Services investigation
    Miscellaneous pieces of advice regarding your Child Protective Services investigation

    A general caveat that I apply to many blog posts written on behalf of the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is that the advice that we give and the hypothetical situations we present are ...

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  • Saying goodbye to your child after a Child Protective Services visitation session
    Saying goodbye to your child after a Child Protective Services visitation session

    When you are working your way through a Child Protective Services investigation the time that you are afforded with your child is precious. Having a child removed from your house was an ordeal that ...

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  • Approaching visitation from the perspective of your Child Protective Services case
    Approaching visitation from the perspective of your Child Protective Services case

    The most important aspect of your being able to visit with your child during your Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case is that you all will have been separated from one another for what will likely ...

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