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Know How Children's Issues are Handled When Preparing for Your Texas Divorce

Children’s issues can be some of the most hard fought and contentious parts of a Texas divorce. It is not uncommon for parents going through a divorce not to care about anything but the ...
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15 Myths About Divorce in Texas

When I meet with potential new clients many of them come to me with preconceived ideas on how property is divided in a Texas Divorce. There are many myths floating around on how property is divided ...
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What to Do When CPS Asks for a Drug Test in Texas

Quite frequently I get the call from potential clients when they have come under the radar of CPS after someone has placed an anonymous call to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. ...
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Fathers' Rights: Children Born Out of Wedlock in Texas?

It is a weekly if not a daily occurrence that fathers reach out to us to find out what their rights are in Texas in regards to their children. In the state of Texas, family law protects a ...
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Frequently Asked Questions in Texas Divorce Cases

The Texas divorce process can be a confusing, emotional, and stressful maze to navigate. It does not help that for many people they do not know what to expect and there is a lot of false information ...
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Can I get sole custody of my kid in Texas?

A very common question that clients ask when beginning the process of a divorce or a child custody suit is: “Can I receive sole custody of my child?” However, this can be a difficult ...
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Child Custody Basics in Texas

I often have potential clients that come into my office wanting “custody.” Custody is a term that means different things to different people. In my experience, child custody matters can be ...
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When Can a Minor Child Weigh in on Custody Decisions in Texas?

I often have a parent ask me if, “If their 12-year-old child can decide which parent they live with?” This is one of the biggest myths in Texas child custody law. In some states, the minor ...
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Grandparent Visitation Rights in Texas?

An attorney in our office recently settled a case where two grandparents were seeking court approved and mandated visitation with their two grandchildren. The circumstances for these folks were tragic ...
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Emancipation of a Minor Child in Texas

When I was a teenager, I was barely able to boil water and couldn't do laundry. However, there are circumstances where teenagers are able to live separately from their parents. Starting at the age ...
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Voluntarily Relinquishing Your Parental Rights in Texas

I periodically consult with a potential client who ask about terminating their own parental rights. Why would a parent want to relinquish their parental rights? In this case as in it came come down to ...
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The Divorce Temporary Orders Guide

What occurs between filing and finalizing a divorce case in Texas? One of the biggest concerns spouses have after filing for divorce is, “What happens now?” It is vital for you to fully ...
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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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How does summer visitation work?

When two people get divorced, frequently their visitation schedule with their child is based off of a Standard Possession Order (SPO). For parents who live within 100 miles of one another, the first ...
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What rights does a father have in Texas?

A common question asked by Fathers who come to our office for a consultation is a variation on, "I have a friend/cousin/co-worker who told me that fathers can't get a fair outcome from a ...
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What is mediation?

Did you know 95% of cases are resolved outside of the court room? Most courts are now requiring mediation for family law cases. Mediation can be the greatest catalyst in helping parties reach an ...
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CPS and how The Law Office of Bryan Fagan can help

When it comes to raising a family, many of the actions that parents take can be scrutinized heavily. For one parent, a particular parenting act may seem second nature or incredibly normal while for ...
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Sole Managing Conservator in a Child Custody Case in Texas?

In a divorce or child custody dispute in Texas, the parents are usually named Joint Managing Conservators. This means that the rights and duties of parenthood are shared between the parents. However, ...
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Joint Managing Conservators in a Child Custody Case in Texas?

In a divorce or child custody action in Texas, it is presumed that both parents will be named Joint Managing Conservators of their children. Being named Joint Managing Conservators means that both ...
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