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Handling debt in a Texas Divorce

When either you or your spouse incur a debt during the course of your marriage it is presumed to be included within the community estate. On the other hand, if you have incurred a debt before you were ...
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How credit cards and debts are handled in a Texas Divorce

When people are contemplating a divorce their first concern is usually their children (if they have any) and then property. The family home, motor vehicles, vacation houses, etc. are at the forefront ...
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Getting Ready for Divorce in 2017 in Texas: Part Two of a Two Part Series

This blog post is second in an installment of two articles intended to provide some assistance to people who are planning for a divorce in the near future. Part One of the series provided advice in ...
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Getting Ready for Divorce in 2017 in Texas: Part One of a Two Part Series

Whenever a potential new client walks into the Law Office of Bryan Fagan for a free of charge consultation the person will usually approach their family law situation in a straightforward manner. It ...
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Protecting your Credit during a Texas Divorce

When it comes to financial matters in today’s world your credit score means a great deal. Whether you want to apply for a home loan, a credit card or secure financing for a business opportunity, ...
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Ideas to help pay for your Texas Divorce

When a potential client of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan walks into our conference room to discuss their family law question their first concern is making sure they are in a position to be able to ...
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Know Your Finances, When Preparing for Your Texas Divorce

We have observed that is common for there to be a division of labor in relationships in the Texas divorce cases we have handled. This means that there often a spouse in the marriage who has a more ...
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How are Credit Cards Handled in a Texas Divorce?

A major concern for many of our potential clients during their divorce is dividing up the debt. Unfortunately for many married couples this is because they are under water and have more debt than they ...
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How Much Will My Texas Divorce Cost?

One of the most popular if not the most popular questions asked in my consults is “how much is my divorce going to cost me?” I have thought about writing a blog article on this topic for a ...
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