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Adoption

Divorce is an extremely daunting thought; there is a lot to consider especially if you have children with your current spouse and share assets. This is why we strongly suggest for you to come in to the office and meet with one of our attorney’s or Paralegals, here they will explain the process and break down the stages for you so you can make an informed decision on how you would like to proceed with matters.

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Child Protection

Child Protective Services (CPS) is a part of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (FPS), a State Agency set up by law to make sure children are safe at all times. All citizens in the community are required to report unsafe activity by calling 1-800-252-5400. If a report is received saying that your child is not safe, information about the reason for the removal of your child is outlined in a paper called a Notification for Removal, left at your home. The CPS caseworker from FPS may also explain why your child was removed from your care.

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grandparents rights

Grandparent Rights

Most people think that it's only the parents who can fight for possession and access to a child. Sometimes a child needs someone to step in where the mom or dad haven't been. Whether the mother of father have passed away, left the picture, are in jail or just can't care for the child, a grandparent in often the best choice to step in to care for the child.

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Fathers Rights

If you are looking for a family law attorney to fight for your rights and safeguard your children's best interests, you need the assistance of an attorney who has extensive experience fighting for the rights of fathers and understands the devastating emotional impact on the children when they are alienated from either parent.

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Texas Custody

Two words that you will come across as you go through the custody process are "conservator" and "possession". In Texas, "conservator" is a term used to describe the custodian or residential parent of the child and described the role of each parent. "Possession" is another word for custody and refers to the visitation schedule and who has possession during what times.

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Divorce

If you are looking for a family law attorney to fight for your rights and safeguard your children's best interests, you need the assistance of an attorney who has extensive experience fighting for the rights of fathers and understands the devastating emotional impact on the children when they are alienated from either parent.

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