No lawyer in this forum can tell you this. Grandparents rights are very narrow and specific under Texas law. You need an attorney to advise you of your rights.
Brian Tyrone is a licensed Texas attorney. Any answers I provide are not intended to be legal advice, nor do they establish an attorney-client relationship. Because there is no attorney-client relationship established by any answers I provide, you should consult with a licensed attorney in order to understand your legal rights and responsibilities.
You need a good family lawyer with experience with CPS cases. You can find one using the "Find a Lawyer" tab above.
The lawyer needs to understand why you are seeking custody of your grand kids and review the earlier CPS case. They can also help you convince CPS of your sobriety.
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