Reinstatement of Parental Rights
A recent change in state law allows some parents to get their children back after the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) / Child Protective Services (CPS) has terminated their rights. Termination must have taken place at least two years ago and the child(ren) cannot have been adopted.
If you believe this new law applies to your case, please fill out the following form. For these cases, we provide free legal assistance to qualifying individuals.
Please only use this form if your rights to your children were terminate DFPS/CPS.
If you are currently being represented by a lawyer in an ongoing CPS case, we cannot help you.
For other custody and family law matters, please see our Appointments page.