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Family Team Meetings and Group Conferences during a CPS Case

Family Team Meetings and Group Conferences during a CPS Case

Child Protective Services Program The Child Protective Services Program is one of the programs of the government which aims to look after children who are victims of abuse and neglect. The personnel of this program handles the investigation of reports pertaining to any alleged abuse or negligence to a child. They are the ones responsible […]

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Inheritance Rights of Illegitimate Children in Texas

Inheritance Rights of Illegitimate Children in Texas

There are children all over the world that were born in less than ideal situations. These children do not have control over their circumstances, but are often subject to a level of discrimination or difficulty. Fortunately, the law in Texas offers degrees of protection. History The state of Texas did not provide inheritance rights for […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Annulment in Texas

Frequently Asked Questions About Annulment in Texas

What is an annulment? Annulment is a legal procedure that would invalidate your marriage – so it will mean that you were never married. In order to go for annulment, you need to qualify for it. Once you are granted an annulment, your status will be single and you can remarry. It basically cancels and […]

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The Importance of Filing a Texas Divorce First

The Importance of Filing a Texas Divorce First

A lot of spouses who are going through divorce are concerned about who should file the divorce case first. This is because they think that the course of the case might not be favorable to them if the other spouse beats them in filing first. Generally, this does not apply when divorce lawyers are representing […]

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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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Children Placed in Foster Care in Texas

Children Placed in Foster Care in Texas

It is unfortunate that many children are born in less than ideal situations. Some have been results of abuse or teenage pregnancy. In any case, the parents may not be ready or capable to take care of the child. The State of Texas is always concerned with the welfare of all children regardless of circumstance. […]

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Guidelines for Babysitting in Texas

Guidelines for Babysitting in Texas

The State of Texas has the full intention of looking out for the welfare of its children. It provides laws and guidelines to ensure that the adults act responsibly in their treatment of children. Aside from custody, child support and other aspects, the state also has rules for babysitting.  Legal Babysitting Age Texas law does […]

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Right to Privacy Between Spouses

Right to Privacy Between Spouses

While most think that being married means being one with your spouse, it doesn’t mean that you shed your individuality. Yes, you will share many things with your spouse, but no, you do not become one. Each of you has rights and you can even invoke this against the other. Setting boundaries is not meant […]

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Do You Divorce Your Debts too During a Divorce?

Do You Divorce Your Debts too During a Divorce?

When getting a divorce, there are a lot of things that have to be taken into account. First, you should get a lawyer and figure out how to go about your divorce. Of course, you also have to think about where your children, if you have any. Your lawyer should also advise you regarding conjugal […]

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Protective Orders: When Words Fail

Protective Orders: When Words Fail

There are a number of common confusions regarding protective orders and how and why to seek one, and even what a protective order can do. Protective orders are the main mechanism that the court system uses to protect people from other people. As opposed to a stay away order, a violation of a protective order is […]

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