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The Basics of Filing for Divorce in Texas

The Basics of Filing for Divorce in Texas

Going through divorce is a long and complicated process it doesn’t help that it happens to be one of the most emotional times of many people’s lives.  It is also a process that has been stigmatized for years.  As such, not everyone knows too much about the process. To help you better understand the process […]

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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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The relationship between infertility and divorce

The relationship between infertility and divorce

Some couples become stronger when experiencing challenges, and infertility is no exception. But the divorce risk is also very real: couples who are unable to conceive a child after years of trying are three times more likely to divorce than those who do succeed. While every couple battling infertility is different, there are some commonalities […]

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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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No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

No-Fault Divorces In Texas May Become Harder After New Bill

In Texas, a no-fault divorce is the default mechanism to request a divorce.  Officially by Texas law, a no-fault divorce is when there are conflicts between two parties that could not reasonably be overcome.  In reality, it is simply the type of divorce two people seek when they are looking to get out of a […]

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Mediation: An Ease to The Destructive Nature of Divorce

Mediation: An Ease to The Destructive Nature of Divorce

For those who are married, the perfect world would be to not get divorced.  And should you have to get divorced, that it would be a quick, easy, and pain-free process.  The reality of that is not true.  District Court Judge John Roach and Attorney Laura Roach (husband and wife team) have seen too many […]

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Divorce, Custody, and Visitation in Texas

Divorce, Custody, and Visitation in Texas

Divorce, Custody, and Visitation in Texas: What You Need To Know Going through a divorce is hard business.  People from all around Texas and the rest of the country would agree with you on this.  It is easier though if you know what to expect.  Hopefully this can provide some information so that you can […]

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Divorce Rate Plunges to New 35 Year Low

Divorce Rate Plunges to New 35 Year Low

US Divorce Rate Continues to Decline In a bit of positive news, the US divorce rate has continued its steady decline over the past few years to reach a new 35 year low. Its easy to jump to conclusions in regards to this data, as there are many different contributing factors, but it is an extremely […]

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