Daily Archives: September 16, 2020


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Teenage Parents and Former Foster Youth Parents   Teenage parents, those under the age of 18, can become involved with CPS as a child, as a parent, or both. For children under the age of 18, CPS becomes involved if the child is being abused or neglected, and as a parent CPS becomes involved if the parent are neglecting or abusing their child.   Just like any parent, teenage parents are responsible for keeping their child safe. Everything in the guide applies to teenagers as parents, and teenage parents can have their children removed. Because you are a teenager, your […]

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics   Recently updated !


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First impressions last. And in family court, impressions do happen to have some bearing on how your case goes. To help you out in your family court proceedings, it would be good to keep a few things in mind so as to make and maintain that good impression. Look Presentable When people look at you, the first thing that they’ll see would be the way you look. And the way you present yourself says tons about yourself. If you want to make a good impression and start off on the right foot, a really good way to do it would […]

Tips on Conducting Yourself in Family Court   Recently updated !



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It is normal to be anxious about many things when thinking about getting a Texas divorce. You may have heard of horror stories about getting a divorce from your friends or acquaintances who have been through it. It’s difficult not to feel anxious when there is a possibility that something unpleasant will suddenly pop up before or after the Texas divorce has been finalized. Your spouse’s hidden assets could be one of these things. It will surely be complicated to deal with it especially when you don’t really know anything about it. The Basics of Hiding Assets in a Texas Divorce […]

Dealing with Your Spouse’s Hidden Assets in a Texas Divorce   Recently updated !


As to every institution, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought difficulties due to its impact on the economy. It is undeniable that daycare providers play an essential role for parents, especially those who are working. These daycare centers contribute to the early development of children. Nevertheless, a lot of parents are having second thoughts. They think that this crisis will force them to spend more than they did before for child care. Daycare Costs Prior to the Pandemic According to the Economic Policy Institute, daycare may cost around $400 up to $1700 in a month, depending on which state a person […]

The Effect of COVID-19 to Daycare Costs