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Category: Family Law

Spousal Maintenance 101: Everything You Need To Know

Spousal Maintenance 101: Everything You Need To Know

Spousal maintenance is something that you might need to think about if you are contemplating divorcing your spouse. If you are thinking of filing for divorce or if you are already in the middle of one because your spouse had already gone ahead and filed for it, your major and immediate concerns would surely include […]

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Busting Myths and Rumors About Child Support in Texas

Busting Myths and Rumors About Child Support in Texas

The area of family law that a lot of people are concerned about is the part that deals with child support. In a divorce, it’s unavoidable for both parents to worry about finances. It is common for the parent who needs to provide child support and the one on the receiving end of it to […]

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Hacks on Hiring an Experienced Divorce Attorney in Texas

Hacks on Hiring an Experienced Divorce Attorney in Texas

If you want your divorce case to go according to your expectations and to be successful quickly, hiring a divorce attorney is one of the most important things that you must do. It’s acceptable not to have much knowledge about getting a divorce, especially if it’s your first time. You might have only heard one-sided […]

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What You Need To Know About Conservatorship in Texas

What You Need To Know About Conservatorship in Texas

Before tackling cases dealing with divorce in Texas, we always make it a point to know what the clients want out of the divorce. In most cases, clients want full child custody in Texas. Unfortunately, full custody does not exist in Texas, at least legally. In fact, the term “custody” does not even exist in […]

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How to Deal with Domestic Violence and Divorce in Texas

How to Deal with Domestic Violence and Divorce in Texas

Domestic violence is cancer in a marriage and it does not choose victims based on race, age or background. This is an unfortunate and unpleasant to talk about but it does exist. Victims always have a hard time surviving and getting over the experience despite resources made available to help and support the victims. The […]

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How To Establish Paternity in Texas

How To Establish Paternity in Texas

When a married couple has a child, even without properly establishing paternity, people will automatically assume that the husband is the father. In order for that thought to be legally changed at court, ample evidence is necessary. It’s different when an unmarried couple has a child, it is often necessary for one parent to establish […]

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Dealing with Credit Card Debts in a Texas Divorce

Dealing with Credit Card Debts in a Texas Divorce

 The first thing people worry about when they start thinking about divorce is their children and their property. The children, the house, the cars, the money and other properties are things people think about the most when they’re on the verge of getting a divorce. If you happen to be in the same situation, these […]

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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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Post-Divorce Proceedings And What They Can Mean

Post-Divorce Proceedings And What They Can Mean

The process of a divorce is long and can be drawn out depending on whether both parties agree to terms or not.  A variety of other factors can complicate the process.  When the divorce decree is finally signed, a lot of people believe that the process is over.  This isn’t always the case. Often times […]

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