Daily Archives: January 31, 2020

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This section is an important one to pay attention to for anyone who is going through the investigation stages of a CPS process (or hopefully even before it). There are quite a lot of misconceptions about this process, but one main point is the importance of giving the investigators enough information to rule out allegations, while not oversharing and getting into trouble. Investigators are very good at getting information out of parents, either by making threats, or by making it seem like they are on your side. The important thing to remember is that everything you say and do can […]

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 6: The CPS Investigation

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The first major concern after divorce are the children. There are a lot of things to dispute. For the state of Texas, the welfare of the children should be the utmost priority. Therefore, custody and child support arrangements are settled right away. Child Support Basics In most divorces, the child will stay with a custodial parent, and the other parent would provide child support. The family court determines the amount of child support. There would be no changes in the amount and duration of the child support without securing permission from the court. Avoid missed payments that can eventually accrue.  […]

Child Support after Eighteen

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Even after the divorce has been finalized, life goes on for both ex-spouses. As they move on, the only thing certain is change. Some of these changes may have direct effects, specifically on the children. Custody is a sensitive matter, and the court will always reiterate that any arrangement is focused on the protection of the children. Thus, if any changes in the lives of the co-parents will compromise the welfare of the children, then they will intervene. If you feel that the co-parenting agreement needs to be modified because of new phases in you or your co-parent’s lives, then […]

Updating Your Co-Parenting Agreement