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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 8: Court Process and Planning for a Permanent Process

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 8: Court Process and Planning for a Permanent Process

If your children have been removed and a judge has determined CPS has enough evidence to maintain temporary custody , the next year of your life will be filled with a series of meetings and court hearings.     Several times throughout the case you and your attorney will meet with CPS for Permanency Planning Team […]

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Same-sex Couples: Children and Adoption

Same-sex Couples: Children and Adoption

Same-sex marriage has only been legalized quite recently. If you are already married or you are wanting to marry and want to have children, that is not a problem. There are many same-sex couples who are very successful in parenting. There are many scenarios which could be at play here. It is possible that one […]

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The relationship between infertility and divorce

The relationship between infertility and divorce

Some couples become stronger when experiencing challenges, and infertility is no exception. But the divorce risk is also very real: couples who are unable to conceive a child after years of trying are three times more likely to divorce than those who do succeed. While every couple battling infertility is different, there are some commonalities […]

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What to Expect for Attorney Billing

What to Expect for Attorney Billing

    Family law cases can be daunting especially if it’s your face time to face it and you are not armed with enough information. You will surely have a ton of questions to ask. One of these questions will be how much hiring a family law attorney will cost you. Financial worries always try […]

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The relationship between infertility and divorce

The relationship between infertility and divorce

Some couples become stronger when experiencing challenges, and infertility is no exception. But the divorce risk is also very real: couples who are unable to conceive a child after years of trying are three times more likely to divorce than those who do succeed. While every couple battling infertility is different, there are some commonalities […]

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What to Expect for Attorney Billing

What to Expect for Attorney Billing

    Family law cases can be daunting especially if it’s your face time to face it and you are not armed with enough information. You will surely have a ton of questions to ask. One of these questions will be how much hiring a family law attorney will cost you. Financial worries always try […]

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Adoption Costs in Texas

Adoption Costs in Texas

Child adoption costs are one of the major considerations potential adoptive parents have when they consider adopting a child in Texas. The decision to adopt a child doesn’t come easy. For potential adoptive parents, you might have tried to conceive a child for years to no avail. In such cases, adoption will be one of […]

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The Basics Of Surrogacy Agreements

The Basics Of Surrogacy Agreements

  When will you need a surrogacy agreement?   If you and your spouse are considering surrogacy, there are a lot of legalities you will have to prepare for. It is best to arm yourself with enough information to prepare yourself for your plans.   Surrogacy involves a surrogate – a woman who carries a […]

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The Basics for Stepparent Adoption in Texas

The Basics for Stepparent Adoption in Texas

Stepparent adoption cases are not exactly the most common type of cases a family law attorney encounters. When it does happen, the other parent of the child is usually deceased or at least not actively involved with the child. This is usually the part of the case which is conflicted. The thing is, in order […]

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Adoption in Texas FAQs

Adoption in Texas FAQs

ADOPTION PROCESS What is adoption? Adoption is when adoptive families seek to legally provide a permanent home for a child or children. It is a lifelong commitment wherein these new parents will provide the child’s short and long-term needs until he or she reaches adulthood. The adoptive parents and will be responsible in providing the […]

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