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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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  • What to do if you no longer like your CPS service plan?
    What to do if you no longer like your CPS service plan?

    As a part of the CPS investigation into the safety and well-being of your child, you will be asked to come up with a safety plan along with your support system and CPS. This service plan will attempt ...

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  • What happens to your Texas CPS case once you get to court?
    What happens to your Texas CPS case once you get to court?

    What happens to your Texas CPS case once you get to court? CPS cases usually will follow one of two paths after the agency receives a phone call where abuse or neglect of your child is being alleged. ...

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  • Will your child need to have an independent attorney appointed to represent her?
    Will your child need to have an independent attorney appointed to represent her?

    It may come as a surprise to you, but in the context of a legal case, your interests and those of your child may not be completely aligned. This is probably surprising to you because since your child ...

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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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