Daily Archives: February 14, 2023

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Managing Your Resources & Case Planning   The most important thing to remember is that with the amount of information to keep track of in a CPS case, you must write everything down! You know by now how complicated a CPS case is, it is imperative that everything is written down.   The goal is to prove to your CPS worker that you are a responsible, organized adult who is able to manage your case and the many responsibilities that come with it. By keeping track of, and showing up, to your appointments, as well as visiting your children you […]

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 15: Managing Your Resources & Case Planning:

Divorce in Texas
Divorce can be a difficult and stressful experience, and if you are considering a divorce in Texas, it’s important to understand the process. This guide will provide a comprehensive overview of all the steps involved in getting a divorce in Texas, so that you can better prepare yourself and move forward with your life. We’ll cover everything from the initial paperwork to the court hearing, and provide helpful tips to make sure the process goes as smoothly as possible. Decide if you want a no-fault or fault-based divorce. In Texas, you can either file for a no-fault divorce or a […]

How to Get a Divorce in Texas: The Complete Guide

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Parents going through a divorce always try to make decisions that are in the best interest of the children. Despite these efforts, it does not change the fact that post-divorce co-parenting is difficult.  Parents are humans that make mistakes too. These mistakes can cause anxiety and pain on the part of the children. In turn, parents end up regretting later. In order to avoid causing unnecessary pain of parental alienation, we suggest the following specific actions below: Avoid speaking negatively about the other parent. Divorced spouses have their reasons for why they took the path of separation. A long list […]

How to Avoid Unintentionally Alienating Your Children From Their Other Parent