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Category: Child Abuse

Discovering Your Child Suffered Sex Abuse from Your Spouse

Discovering Your Child Suffered Sex Abuse from Your Spouse

Things that have to do with any kind of abuse are hard to deal with, most especially sexual abuse. Things only get harder if you find out that the abuser is your spouse and that the victim is your child. But as much as it might sound like a situation that’s hard to accept, these […]

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How to Properly Discipline a Child According to TexProtects

How to Properly Discipline a Child According to TexProtects

How you choose to raise your child will have a big impact on the kind of person they’ll become as they grow up. That is why you need to be careful with how you choose to act towards them, especially during the years leading up to their adolescence. The way you discipline them is especially […]

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Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting Hacks For Your Post-Divorce Life

Co-parenting hacks are definitely needed when you deal with your child after your divorce . We all know that the strongest impact and blows from the divorce end up on the children. The divorce will completely change your child’s life and their views of the world. It will also change the way they spend time […]

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Terminating Parental Rights in Texas

Terminating Parental Rights in Texas

Divorce hearings are complicated. Exchanges can lead to some unpleasant revelations. Some divorces, however, arise from a mutual agreement that the marriage is not working out. These cases are usually concerned with ironing out details.  However, there are cases where one party hurls a serious accusation towards the other party. These cases can lead to […]

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Domestic Violence: Child Custody and Family Law

Domestic Violence: Child Custody and Family Law

Domestic violence can have devastating effects on children . Batterers often use children to manipulate their partners. While the relationship continues, batterers may threaten to take custody of, kidnap or harm the children if the victim reports the abuse. After a battered woman leaves a relationship, batterers may use child custody disputes, visitation and joint […]

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Co-Parenting with an Addict Ex-Spouse

Co-Parenting with an Addict Ex-Spouse

Divorce is often a tragedy that a family has to cope with. It presents a challenge for all the parties involved. However, there are situations where the degree of difficulty is drastically increased. One such situation is if your ex-spouse is an addict. When the ex-spouse is addicted to something, the divorce may be seen […]

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Everything You Need to Know about CPS in Texas

Everything You Need to Know about CPS in Texas

There are many situations that might lead CPS in Texas to take your child into their possession. CPS stands for Child Protection Services, and according to the Texas Family Code, it has the authority to handle investigations regarding neglect and abuse against children. CPS in Texas will carry out investigations when there are signs and allegations […]

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Avoiding CPS And What To Do When You Can’t

Avoiding CPS And What To Do When You Can’t

Occasionally I will get a call from someone who either is in the early stages of a CPS investigation, or is concerned that a report may have been made, about how to avoid CPS involvement. Sometimes, this is a fairly complicated question, but there are definitely some things that can increase your likelihood of being involved […]

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My Spouse is an Alcoholic, What Now?

My Spouse is an Alcoholic, What Now?

There are many factors that would cover a valid excuse to enter into a divorce. One of the most common issues is alcoholism. In any relationship, even if it is not romantic, when alcohol abuse comes into play, it will really lead to many other detrimental concerns. Alcoholism: A common cause for Divorce Many of […]

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My Spouse has a Drug Addiction, What Now?

My Spouse has a Drug Addiction, What Now?

Drug addiction in any way is not beneficial to anybody. It is even more detrimental when more people become affected by just one person’s drug addiction. One of the many examples of being affected by drug addiction is in the family. When Drug Addiction or Substance Abuse is in the picture, it is very dangerous […]

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