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Post-Divorce Proceedings And What They Can Mean

Post-Divorce Proceedings And What They Can Mean

The process of a divorce is long and can be drawn out depending on whether both parties agree to terms or not.  A variety of other factors can complicate the process.  When the divorce decree is finally signed, a lot of people believe that the process is over.  This isn’t always the case. Often times […]

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Managing A High-Stakes Divorce In Texas

Managing A High-Stakes Divorce In Texas

Any divorce is a complicated situation.  A lot goes on, from property management to custody.  Every decision has a lot of factors behind it that all need to be analyzed.  It is time-consuming and every day that the divorce goes on, it seems like it gets more complicated.  What do you do with a high-stakes […]

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No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

In Texas, a no-fault divorce is the default mechanism to request a divorce.  Officially by Texas law, a no-fault divorce is when there are conflicts between two parties that could not reasonably be overcome.  In reality, it is simply the type of divorce two people seek when they are looking to get out of a […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 15: Managing Your Resources & Case Planning:

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 15:  Managing Your Resources & Case Planning:

Managing Your Resources & Case Planning   The most important thing to remember is that with the amount of information to keep track of in a CPS case, you must write everything down! You know by now how complicated a CPS case is, it is imperative that everything is written down.   The goal is […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 14: Moving Forward

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 14: Moving Forward

  How to Move Forward If Your Child Is Not Coming Home   First and foremost, remember that you are not alone in this matter. Losing a child is the hardest thing a parent could go through, whether you voluntarily agree to give up your parental rights, or you go to court and a judge […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics Part 3

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics Part 3

Parents Who Are Undocumented Immigrants   The most important thing to remember is the CPS (child protective services) does not deport parents or their children. CPS is not an immigration agency of the United States. Children and their families are given the benefits, protection, and care of CPS whether or not they are here legally. […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics

Teenage Parents and Former Foster Youth Parents   Teenage parents, those under the age of 18, can become involved with CPS as a child, as a parent, or both. For children under the age of 18, CPS becomes involved if the child is being abused or neglected, and as a parent CPS becomes involved if […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Disability and Inability to Care

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Disability and Inability to Care

Part 1 and 2 of this section will handle those particular CPS issues, which include special topics. Special topics are but are not limited to: parents who have special physical or intellectual needs or who live with a mental illness; Fathers, especially fathers who don’t see their children, teenage parents, or parents who are in […]

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Foster Care Lawsuit and the Two Faces of CPS

Foster Care Lawsuit and the Two Faces of CPS

Around the country child protective service agencies are having a hard time.  This includes CPS in Texas.  Case workers in Texas are handling between 21 and 36 children by themselves.  With a number this high, it is beyond the safe level.  Studies have shown the most cases a case worker can handle by themselves is […]

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Mediation: An Ease to The Destructive Nature of Divorce

Mediation: An Ease to The Destructive Nature of Divorce

For those who are married, the perfect world would be to not get divorced.  And should you have to get divorced, that it would be a quick, easy, and pain-free process.  The reality of that is not true.  District Court Judge John Roach and Attorney Laura Roach (husband and wife team) have seen too many […]

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