Your children are the center of your world. You would do anything to protect your children. If the other parent of your child has done anything to put your child in danger, or abducted your child, we can help you take immediate action.
Child endangerment cases can be complicated. In Texas, Child Protective Services (CPS) has a lot of power. Sometimes, CPS agents go too far and claim that a child is being abused or neglected without proof. In either of these situations, you and your child may immediate help from a skilled attorney.
WE KNOW WHAT'S ON THE LINE.
We take action on behalf of parents in situations where children may be victims of abuse and neglect. We also defend parents facing these allegations against the CPS. In either situation, we recognize the importance of taking immediate and decisive action for children, and our clients.
CUILD ABUSE - NEGLECT - RESTRAINING ORDERS
If your child is being abused, neglected or even abducted by your child's other parent, we are immediately prepared to take your case before a judge. Attorney Lisa A. Vance and her team have substantial experience working with parents just like you - even including cases involving international abduction. After the judge has approved our motion, we will coordinate with law enforcement in order to seek the return of your child.
In situations where CPS alleges that you have abused or neglected your child, and those charges are false, we will work closely with you to present the strongest possible case that your child should be returned. We are strong advocates who can bring persuasive cases before a judge.
At our law firm, our clients are never just clients. Whether your child is endangered, or if you have been accused of endangering your child, we know what you need, and will use all of our skill and experience to help do what is right for your child.
CONTACT THE LAW OFFICE OF LISA A. VANCE, P.C.
Our family lawyers offer compassionate, experienced advice on family law issues including custody, child support, alimony and divorce. We also handle estate planning, probate, elder law issues, as well as animal welfare law.