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TEXAS CPS DEFENSE LAWYER
Julie Ketterman has fought CPS...and won

Houston Texas CPS Defense lawyer Julie Ketterman has fought CPS...and won. She has a passion for protecting families from false child-abuse or neglect allegations and the resulting government intrusion. If your family has been targeted by CPS, you and your children are at risk.

Julie provides legal representation for all types of false Child Protection Services allegations including child abuse, child neglect, exploitation, abandonment, a child in danger and temporary removal for safety reasons, in all of Texas and nationally.

The CPS process is long, confusing and tortuous. You need an attorney who is experienced in CPS. You need an attorney who can untangle the government red tape and reunify your family. Julie Ketterman has fought CPS...and won. You cannot fight CPS alone. Julie can, and will, help.

The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS), more commonly known as CPS (Child Protective Services) was developed in the 1950's as an aid to families in need. CPS was there to help families get "back on their feet" and to guide them toward providing a safe and stable home.

Unfortunately, this is not the CPS of today. CPS today is a governmental agency that no longer provides services to help; the services are now punitive. CPS instills fear into families and children. They destroy lives: children, parents, and grandparents.

CPS has the umbrella motto of the "best interest" of the child. You will hear this over and over again. But what has been lost is more precious and fundamental...the constitutional rights of the parents. Each mother and father has the fundamental, constitutional right to parent their child - without government interference. This is not something that can just be tossed aside by CPS investigators, caseworkers and supervisors. This right can not be ignored by Foster parents, Guardians, CASA and Attorney ad litems. This is your right as a parent. Fight for it. Demand it.

Julie Ketterman has fought CPS...and won. You need an attorney experienced in CPS and an attorney who can untangle the government red tape and reunify your family.

Julie can, and will, help.



TEXAS FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY
James Hedlesten

Family Law attorney James Hedlesten will help you find solace in your time of need. Family law matters can be complex and are usually handled during periods of high stress and emotion. It can be difficult to make life-impacting decisions under such circumstances. When your family faces difficult times it is important to take the time to explore your options and reach a conclusion that is in the best interest of you and your family.

For this reason, it is important to have a family law lawyer help you. Experienced Family Law attorney James Hedlesten will help you see the larger issues and provide the advice you need to make informed decisions about you and your family's future.

Divorce is not the only issue in Family law even though it is the first thing most people think of when they hear the words Family Law. If you are going through a divorce or need assistance with the legal issues involved with any of the following, contact James Hedlesten.

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody Litigation
  • Enforcement of Court Orders
  • Modification of Prior Court Orders
  • Fathers' Rights
  • Grandparents' Rights
  • Child Support and Visitation
  • Premarital and Marital Property Agreements
  • Community Property Division
  • Complex Division of Marital Asserts

Questions always seem to arise when families are faced with a possible divorce, adoption, child custody, spousal support, domestic abuse, grandparents' rights and any other matters related to family law. Here are some examples:

  • How will I support myself after a divorce when my spouse was the primary income earner?
  • How can I get sole custody of my children?
  • What should be included in a prenuptial agreement?
  • How do I protect my interests in divorce proceedings?
  • What do I need to be aware of when considering adoption?

To Get the Answers and for a free consultation call James Hedlesten at 713-652-2003.