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Divorce And The Mediation Process

Divorce And The Mediation Process

Divorce can be a very long process and it is full of twists and turns.  It doesn’t help that there are a variety of different ways that you can go about the process.  One step that you might encounter in the process is mediation.  In today’s article, you will learn about the process of mediation […]

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Adultery and Alimony in Texas

Adultery and Alimony in Texas

Adultery is one of the factors behind couples filing for divorce in Texas. Married couples experiencing adultery are most likely to separate at some stage of their lives. In cases where adultery causes divorce of a couple, there is a strict need to define the rights and responsibilities of the parties involved, especially those pertaining […]

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Essential knowledge to have prior to Filing for Divorce in Texas

Essential knowledge to have prior to Filing for Divorce in Texas

If you are taking the time to read a blog post with the above title, it’s safe to say that you are either considering filing for divorce or you are holding divorce paperwork in your hands that has just been delivered to you from your spouse. This is not an easy time. This is not […]

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How to Calculate Net Resources for Child Support payments

How to Calculate Net Resources for Child Support payments

Different people earn their incomes in different manners. At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, we have clients who are a salaried employee working for a major corporation. Others work as hourly employees working for medium sized businesses. Still others are independent contractors who are paid based on specific jobs that are completed. No matter […]

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Shared Parenting After A Divorce

Shared Parenting After A Divorce

Shared Parenting After A Divorce Is The Healthiest Option Divorce is difficult for anyone and everyone involved in the process. Even if the divorce is amicable, that doesn’t make it easy.  Deciding what party gets custody of the children and parenting powers is difficult.  Despite being difficult, it is a decision that needs to be […]

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Managing A High-Stakes Divorce In Texas

Managing A High-Stakes Divorce In Texas

Any divorce is a complicated situation.  A lot goes on, from property management to custody.  Every decision has a lot of factors behind it that all need to be analyzed.  It is time-consuming and every day that the divorce goes on, it seems like it gets more complicated.  What do you do with a high-stakes […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 15: Managing Your Resources & Case Planning:

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 15:  Managing Your Resources & Case Planning:

Managing Your Resources & Case Planning   The most important thing to remember is that with the amount of information to keep track of in a CPS case, you must write everything down! You know by now how complicated a CPS case is, it is imperative that everything is written down.   The goal is […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics Part 3

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Special Topics Part 3

Parents Who Are Undocumented Immigrants   The most important thing to remember is the CPS (child protective services) does not deport parents or their children. CPS is not an immigration agency of the United States. Children and their families are given the benefits, protection, and care of CPS whether or not they are here legally. […]

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CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Disability and Inability to Care

CPS Parent Resource Guide Part 13: Disability and Inability to Care

Part 1 and 2 of this section will handle those particular CPS issues, which include special topics. Special topics are but are not limited to: parents who have special physical or intellectual needs or who live with a mental illness; Fathers, especially fathers who don’t see their children, teenage parents, or parents who are in […]

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Child Abuse in Texas

Child Abuse in Texas

A closet with a deadbolt, regular wood paddling, nowhere to urinate, and not much room, fed only rice and beans.  These were the conditions that Child Protective Services and Fort Bend County Sheriff’s deputies found seven children in a Richmond, Texas home.  Needless to say, all seven of the special needs children had not been […]

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