CPS And Child Custody Attorney


Harker Heights Family Lawyer; Representing Parents in CPS Proceedings

As a parent, providing a safe and healthy home for your child is probably among your top priorities. Unfortunately, sometimes life and unusual circumstances can get in the way of your ability to care for your children. In these situations, Child Protective Services, or CPS, may be quick to jump to conclusions and remove your child from your home and your care. If your child has been removed from your home by CPS, it is important to consult an attorney immediately to discuss your rights and your options for regaining custody of your children.

I am Bobby Dale Barina, an experienced Killen CPS attorney, representing parents who have lost custody of their children after a CPS visit. My experience handling CPS cases allows me to offer the advice you need to understand your legal situation, the options you have for regaining custody of your child and the process that lays between you and reuniting your family.

In over 20 years of practice as a Harker Heights family lawyer, I have assisted parents who have lost custody of their children in situations involving a wide range of factors, including:

  • Mental health issues
  • Drug or alcohol abuse
  • Anger management issues
  • Domestic violence
  • Unhealthy living environments

I’ll help you create a step-by-step plan to get your child back.

Regaining custody of your child after CPS removes them from your home can be a difficult task that requires specific steps. To help you regain custody of your children, I will help you create a detailed plan of action to address any issues CPS referenced in their decision to remove your child, and will provide the guidance you need to demonstrate the changes you have made to your home.

As an experienced child custody attorney, my work with CPS cases allow me to offer helpful advice on addressing the underlying issues driving CPS removal and demonstrating your efforts to CPS officials. I will help you draft the best possible plan of attack and will work with you to help you stay on top of your situation, all in an effort to reunite your family as quickly as possible.

Contact Me to Discuss Your Case

No two CPS cases are exactly the same – your family faces challenges others may not. With the unique nature of CPS cases, it is important that you receive personal attention and advice on your specific case, not generic advice that may not apply to your family.

Before offering advice on your case, I will meet with you and conduct a thorough examination of your situation. Only once I understand each detail of your case will I be able to provide the personal guidance you and your family deserve.

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