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Tim Cowart, Attorney at Law » Child Protective Services (CPS) Matters


Protect Your Parental Rights in Texas

As a parent, the thought of losing your child can be frightening and overwhelming. If the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (CPS) has begun an investigation into your family, it is critical that you seek experienced legal counsel as quickly as possible.

At the Llano office of Tim Cowart, Attorney at Law, we have more than 10 years of experience helping our clients protect their parental rights. If CPS has begun an investigation or taken your children, time is of the essence. Call 325-247-5486 or contact us online to schedule a consultation to discuss how we can help you.

Fighting for Texas Parents

Who could care for your children better than you? All it takes is one comment from a teacher or complaint from your ex-spouse to throw your life into turmoil. Our lawyer has represented Texas parents for more than a decade. We have extensive experience with the CPS investigation process, and we will fight on your side from the initial investigation through the final resolution of your case.

If you have been accused of child abuse or neglect, Child Protective Services investigations can take a long time, but your chance to fight their accusations comes very early in the process. We need to request a hearing to challenge the actions of the agency quickly.

You have rights as a parent, but sometimes the government forces you to defend those rights. We are here to help you keep control of your life and protect the people you love. Call 325-247-5486 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with our experienced family lawyer.

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