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CPS Litigation

A growing awareness of unique legal, social, and psychological issues confronting abused and neglected children and their families has produced of team of people better equipped than ever to handle the unique landscape of CPS litigation.  Attorney Christina Perrone is proud to be a part of that team.

Child Protective Services

Litigation

Attorney ad Litem for Children

Attorney Christina Perrone is committed to advocating for abused and neglected children as a court-appointed attorney ad litem.  Christina is a vocal champion for local children.  She focuses her efforts in Rockwall, Hunt, Rains, and Fannin counties.  Learn more.

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Representation of Parents

Many parents and caregivers that find themselves navigating the child protective services system benefit from the counsel of attorney Christina Perrone.  Whether dealing with drug addiction or domestic violence, Christina is dedicated to helping you work the services offered by CPS.

Interventions

If you are seeking custody of a child involved in a CPS case, contact attorney Christina Perrone to explore your legal options.  Christina will help you determine if you meet the appropriate standing requirements to intervene in an on-going lawsuit.

Foster Parents

Are you a foster parent overwhelmed by the CPS process?  Perhaps you have found yourself defending your own allegations of abuse or neglect from a foster child.  Don't navigate these waters alone.  Contact attorney Christina Perrone today.

From our clients

Christina Perrone is knowledgeable and passionate about her work and those she represents! She is second to none.

Anne Marie, Rockwall

Thinking of becoming a foster parent?  We need you!

In 2016, there were 28,732 children in foster care in Texas.  As of January 2017, there were nearly 4,000 waiting for adoptive families.  Although it costs little (if anything) to adopt from foster care, the process of becoming an adoptive or foster parent can be time consuming and requires persistence. On average, it takes from four to twelve months to complete the steps necessary to be licensed to adopt or foster.  While some of the steps may seem overly involved or invasive, it is important to keep in mind that everyone is working toward the same goal—ensuring the safety and well-being of children in Texas.  The Perrone Law Firm is happy to assist as you begin this process.

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