CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES ATTORNEYS IN ALLEN, TEXAS
Defending Your Family From
Child Protective Services
A teacher, coach, neighbor, or another concerned adult may misinterpret a child’s comment, bruise or scratch and assume abuse or neglect. If they file a report with Texas’s Child Protective Services (CPS), you may risk losing your parental rights, your reputation, and face criminal charges.
At our office, we understand that well-meaning individuals make mistakes. While they think they are protecting your child, they may actually be harming a loving household. We protect your family from wrongful accusations, criminal charges, and the loss of your child.
Protect Your Parental Rights
During a CPS investigation, you may face social worker intervention and the removal of your child. We will firmly defend your parental rights and fight either to have your child remain in the home or for the immediate return of your child. We know how important your children are to you and the rest of your family. We will advocate on your behalf and clearly demonstrate why you should stay together.
Secure An Experienced
Criminal Defense Lawyer
While CPS investigations are considered civil cases, they can quickly spiral into serious criminal charges. Depending on the situation, you could be charged with neglect, abuse, or sexual abuse. You could face felony charges, jail time, and the loss of your parental rights.
Attorney Joshua Andor is board certified in family law, criminal law, and has over a decade of experience. He can thoroughly investigate the evidence against you and provide a strong defense to protect your rights. We understand how the prosecution prepares their case and will serve as a strong advocate either in or out of court.
Contact Us To Protect Your Family
Our team knows that a simple misunderstanding can get out of hand. We will support your family and your relationship with your child. Josh will closely work with you throughout your case, and he can answer any questions or concerns you have along the way.
Schedule a consultation at our Allen office by calling today. You may also contact our office online.