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  • Can a Child be Forced to Visit a Parent?
    Can a Child be Forced to Visit a Parent?

    If you are a parent going through a divorce or child custody case, having orders in place regarding your children is important if you are attempting to exercise child visitation rights. Too often ...

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  • Texas Coronavirus & Child Custody Plans: Answers To Your Urgent Questions
    Texas Coronavirus & Child Custody Plans: Answers To Your Urgent Questions

    As a parent, you are concerned about coronavirus and want to do everything possible to safeguard your kids — and yourself — from this fast-spreading health risk. But as a divorced co-parent, you also ...

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  • Do you have to pay child support in Texas if you don’t know where your child is living?
    Do you have to pay child support in Texas if you don’t know where your child is living?

    The bottom line for you as a parent to be aware of as you explore the world of Texas family law is that if you go to court and receive a court order, the odds are good that the order will mandate that ...

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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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  • Foster Care, Child Protective Services and your Texas family
    Foster Care, Child Protective Services and your Texas family

    What does it mean for Child Protective Services ( CPS ) to become involved with your family? It’s probably become pretty obvious to you that CPS is not contacting you for something good. It’s likely ...

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