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Where do you file a divorce in Texas and what are the steps after filing?

A divorce is like many things that we want to achieve in our lives. We know where we currently are and we know what the goal is. The part we are often unsure of is how to actually get there. When you ...
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The Importance of an Inventory and Appraisement in a Texas Divorce

One of the ways that people can be divided up is based on whether or not they are “big picture” or “details” people. Big picture people tend to focus more heavily on the ...
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Undisclosed Assets in a Texas Divorce

The Houston divorce attorneys at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan work as hard as possible to uncover any hidden assets or money that an opposing party may be attempting to hide from one of our clients. ...
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Discovery in Texas Divorce Cases

What you don’t know can hurt you in a divorce case. That is a basic statement that can apply to your divorce or any other person who is going through the process in Texas. The information that ...
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The Dirty Trick of Hiding Assets During Your Texas Divorce

This blog article is inspired by several consults I had over the last two days where the topic of asset hiding came up in the context of a divorce. Asset hiding is one of the most popular dirty tricks ...
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What can I do on my part to help my Texas divorce process go easier?

The customer is always right. We all grew up going to stores, restaurants and other businesses where above the door or by the cash register a sign hung that read that very saying. In a competitive ...
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Dividing Property in a Texas Divorce - The Just and Right Division

Before a couple can get a divorce in Texas, one thing that must be resolved is the division of their property and debts. There are multiple steps that must occur during such a division including: The ...
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What is and Why do I need to do Discovery in my Texas Divorce?

At some point in the Texas divorce process there is a good chance your ex will serve you with documents known as Discovery. During our divorce cases it is not uncommon for us to hear from our clients ...
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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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