Bexar County CPS Attorney

Advocating for Your Family’s Well-being in Bexar County with CPS Support

 

Call us at 210-404-4911 to Secure Your Child’s Future

 

Embark on a journey with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan as we navigate the intricate landscape of family law in Bexar County. Your family’s well-being is our top priority, and we are here to provide dedicated support with Child Protective Services (CPS) matters.

 

Navigating child custody cases in Houston requires the expertise of a dedicated San Antonio Child Custody Attorney, as these can be among the most rewarding yet challenging encounters in family law. To achieve your objectives in a child custody case, you must employ a well-crafted strategy focused on those goals. Our team of skilled attorneys possesses the necessary legal expertise to assist you in reaching your objectives, and we are committed to ensuring you comprehend the law, your situation, and how they interconnect.

 

At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, we consider it an honor to walk side by side with our clients. We dedicate time to understand your family, your aspirations, and the unique challenges you face. By choosing our office, you’re not just investing in legal representation – you’re opting for a team committed to going the extra mile for you.

 

Protecting the Vulnerable

Texas law mandates reporting if you suspect a child, a person 65 years or older, or an adult with disabilities is being abused, neglected, or exploited. Our skilled attorneys can guide you through this process, providing support and ensuring your compliance with the law.

Child Protective Services Defense

If your family is under investigation for abuse or neglect, the stakes are high. Our experienced attorneys specialize in defending your rights and protecting your family’s future.

 

How Investigations Are Handled

Making an allegation triggers a series of specific questions related to the type of abuse and neglect. We guide you through the process, ensuring you understand and navigate the complexities:

  • What happened?
  • Who abused or neglected the child?
  • What is the role of the parent/guardian?
  • What else is happening in the family?

 

Child Protective Investigations (CPI) examines reports and conducts interviews to gather information for safety decisions. At the conclusion of the investigation, a ruling – known as a disposition – is made about the allegations.

 

Possible dispositions include the following

  • Reason to believe: Evidence supports that abuse or neglect occurred.
  • Ruled out: It’s reasonable to conclude that the abuse or neglect did not occur.
  • Unable to Complete: The investigation cannot be concluded, often due to the family’s relocation or refusal to cooperate.
  • Unable to determine: None of the above dispositions are appropriate.
  • Administrative closure: DFPS intervention is unwarranted based on information that comes to light after the case is assigned for investigation.

 

Secure Your Consultation Today

If you’re facing a CPS investigation in Bexar County or surrounding areas, remember you’re not alone. Reach out to the Law Office of Bryan Fagan at 210-404-4911 to arrange a consultation. Let us equip you with the advocacy and support essential to safeguard your family’s rights and navigate this intricate chapter with resilience. Your family’s well-being is our commitment.

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Contact us today to get the legal help you need:

Headquarters: 3707 Cypress Creek Parkway Suite 400, Houston, TX 77068

Phone: 1-866-878-1005

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