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  • How to handle child support in Texas when you are incarcerated
    How to handle child support in Texas when you are incarcerated

    If you are responsible for paying child support and are also facing the possibility of going to jail or prison for having committed a crime, you likely have a lot on your mind right now. At the ...

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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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  • The rights of a parent under the Indian Child Welfare Act
    The rights of a parent under the Indian Child Welfare Act

    In the event that your child is a member of an Indian tribe or is eligible to become a member of an Indian tribe then your family has rights under a federal law known as the Indian Child Welfare Act ...

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  • Is it a good idea to hire an attorney when your parental rights can be terminated?
    Is it a good idea to hire an attorney when your parental rights can be terminated?

    Being in a position where your parental rights are at risk of being terminated means that you have to make decisions that can affect the rest of your life and the rest of your child’s life. Not only ...

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  • What you need to know about how your Parental Rights can be Terminated
    What you need to know about how your Parental Rights can be Terminated

    Simply put, terminating your parental rights occurs when your rights to your child are taken away. This means that you are no longer your child’s parent and have no duty to support him or her and have ...

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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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