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Defending Your Parental Rights When Child Protective Services Gets Involved

A common occurrence arising out of criminal proceedings against parents for crimes involving their children is an investigation by Texas Child Protective Services (CPS). The outcome could be the termination of parental rights. As a parent, there is nothing more important than your relationship with your children.

As your criminal defense representation, Keith Gore, Lawyer, can also protect your rights in any CPS proceedings. A skilled litigator with more than 20 years of experience, he knows how criminal and CPS proceedings work together, and how to stand up to prosecutors and state investigators. 

Keith Gore Will Fight For Your Parental Rights

Some common criminal charges that may prompt a CPS investigation into your fitness as a parent include:

Outcomes of CPS cases can include full termination of your parental rights or supervised visitation of your children. As your attorney, Keith Gore knows how important it is to achieve a positive result in both the criminal case and CPS proceedings. He will take a big-picture approach to your case to put you in the best position for a positive outcome in both, rather than just worrying about the outcome for one case.

This Is No Time For Half-Measures. Call Keith Gore, Lawyer, Today.

Beyond jail or prison, the loss of parental rights can have profound effects on your family for years to come. That is why obtaining the right representation is so important. When you work with Keith Gore, you will work with a lawyer who understands the system and what to do to maximize the likelihood of a positive outcome.

To learn more about how Keith Gore can defend your rights and interests, call his office in McKinney, Texas, today at 972-529-2220 to schedule a consultation.

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