Blog Posts in September, 2016

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Help!! My Ex-Spouse Kidnapped my Child

Each month I have a consult with at least one parent who has questions regarding their ex who has taken the kids and is refusing to return them. One the questions I get is, “How do I protect ...
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10 Facts You Never Knew About Texas Annulment

Generally when people think of ending of marriage they assume they will need to get a divorce. Most of the time they are right. Sometimes though I get questions regarding an annulment. Like a divorce, ...
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How Social Media Can Hurt You in Divorce

If you are involved in a Texas Divorce or Child Custody case, you should become aware of what you share and post online. In the age of the internet, we have become comfortable sharing (and ...
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3 Important Facts about Texas Alimony and Spousal Support

Many individuals going through divorce are apprehensive about the idea of being required to pay a burdensome amount of money each month to their ex-spouse for alimony. At the Law Office of Bryan ...
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Common Questions about Texas Prenuptial and Marital Agreements

Many couples entering into marriage are concerned about maintaining and protecting their property. At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, we are dedicated to helping engaged and married individuals reach ...
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3 Great Texas Divorce Mediation Ideas

Mediation is frequently successful for divorcing couples in large part because the mediation process allows for a more informal setting and encourages input from the divorcing spouses. Mediation also ...
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The Insider’s Guide to Children and Family Law in Texas

Houston Family Lawyer The family law attorneys at The Law Office of Bryan Fagan routinely represent spouses going through divorce and other family law matters throughout Harris County including ...
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15 Simple (But Important) Things To Remember About Texas Adoption Cases And Lawyers

The adoption process can be a very emotional experience for everyone involved. You may be feeling excited, anxious, or unsure about what steps to take next. The attorneys at The Law Office of Bryan ...
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Texas Divorce and Retirement & Employment Benefits by the Numbers

For many spouses going through divorce, the largest and most complex community assets are the retirement accounts and other employment benefits. Three of the most common types of retirement accounts ...
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Special Needs Children in Texas Child Support Cases

In all family law cases, the court’s primary concern is the best interest of the child. In determining the amount of child support to be paid, the court looks at a variety of factors. However, ...
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Texas Divorce Property Division Enforcement

Many people feel relief when their divorce proceedings end and they get the chance to start their lives over. Your new beginning can be frustrated when your ex-spouse refuses to comply with the ...
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Texas Child Support Enforcement

In Texas, parents are required to support their children financially until the child reaches the age of 18 or stops attending high school. If the child is disabled, this obligation will extend into ...
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Grandparent Rights, Standing, and the Parental Presumption

The other day I had a consult with a husband and his wife because they had serious concerns regarding the grandparents of their kids. From my conversation with this couple I learned that the ...
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Texas Divorce and Child Support - Life Insurance Obligations

No one wants to think about the tragic loss of a loved one, but if it happens, there are often issues that must be resolved in the following months. If a parent who owes child support dies, there are ...
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Track Your Case in the Texas Civil Court System

Law Office of Bryan Fagan Attorneys at Law have provided links to assist you in navigating to the proper resources according to the county where case is located. These "track your case" ...
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How to Draft and File an Answer to a Texas Divorce - Free Downloadable Forms

Once the initial shock and panic of being sued by your spouse for divorce wears off you probably have thought to yourself, “now what in the world do I do!?” Well, as I have mentioned in ...
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Why Should I Hire a Family Law Attorney for My Texas Divorce Case?

Even if you have an attorney that you trust for other matters, family law cases will often require a level of expertise not possessed by attorneys that specialize in other specialties. I've ...
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What Happens to Marital Debt During a Texas Divorce?

A Divorce in Texas deals with three primary areas of two persons lives: Dissolving the marriage relationship determining conservatorship/possession/acc ess for children (if any) and dividing the ...
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Parental Alienation in Texas: What is it and What can it mean for your family?

When one parent attempts to interfere with the other parent's visits, or hurt their image in the eyes of their child(ren) that in short is parental alienation. The result is an increased amount of ...
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6 Tips for Getting a Free Divorce Consultation

If you’re contemplating divorce It is a good idea to setup a consultation with a divorce lawyer even if you are not ready to file for divorce. Below are some suggestion on things to look for in ...
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The Basics Of A Will

Who Needs a Will? Everyone needs a will !! If you don’t currently have a will, your loved ones may not receive the assets you wish to leave them in the event of your death. What is a Will? A ...
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Business Owners and Business Assets in a Texas Divorce

Complex property division cases, high net worth divorces, and matters that require divorce planning in Texas often involve business owners and business interests. If one or both spouses own a closely ...
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Texas Child Custody Modifications

Texas Child custody battles can be very emotionally upsetting, particularly for the children involved. After a divorce, children and adults need time to heal, adjust, and come to terms with their new ...
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You've filed your Divorce... now what? The "Discovery Process" and why it's important

Once your divorce is filed, the opposing party has been served and in some cases a temporary order in place, it's time for some "discovery" . Discovery is a tool your attorney can use to ...
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6 Tips - On How to prepare for a Texas Divorce

After some consideration, you've decided to make one of the biggest decisions of your life and divorce your spouse. Whatever the motivating factors that led you to this choice, the fact remains that ...
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