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Military Divorces in Texas

Life for the men and women who serve in our country’s military is both extremely rewarding but also full of challenges and hardships. As an attorney with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, I have ...
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Getting divorced in Texas when you cannot locate your spouse

In some marriages, the problem is that the husband and wife cannot get out of each other’s hair. In other marriages, the issue is the exact opposite- one spouse has left the marital home and ...
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Do I have to bring Evidence to a Default Judgment Hearing in Texas?

In addition to the concerns that most people have that are going through a divorce, or contemplating the steps of a divorce in Texas, are procedural steps that must be met in order for the divorce to ...
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How to Divorce Your Spouse in Texas When Their Whereabouts are Unknown

Attempting to locate your spouse in order to divorce them wouldn’t at first thought seem to be that difficult but for some clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan this is exactly what has had ...
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Essential Information for Military Divorces in Texas

In order to finalize a divorce in Texas, certain procedures must be followed in order for the Court to grant the divorce. Military divorces are similar in many regards to civilian divorces there are ...
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What Happens if my Ex-Spouse Refuses to Sign the Final Decree of Divorce Revisited

A Texas divorce case will typically lead both sides to assume the worst of their soon to be ex-partner. I wish there was another way to state this but the truth of the matter is that for most married ...
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What if My Ex Will Not Sign the Final Decree in My Texas Divorce?

Sometimes forward thinking clients or consults will ask about problems that may arise in the future. One question I have been asked a few times is “what if my spouse will not sign the divorce ...
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6 Mistakes that can Destroy Your Texas Divorce Case

You started your search for a divorce attorney, but found that most attorney advertising doesn’t give you any useful information at all about how to find the right lawyer for your case. I wrote ...
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What does a Default Judgment Mean in a Texas Divorce?

Many times the reason people end up in my office is because they are concerned because their spouse has sued them for divorce, and the paperwork is talking about a default judgment. They ask what is a ...
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Texas Divorce Details

In Texas in its simplest form a divorce terminates a marriage giving a married couple the legal right to marry another person. What many people do not know is that a divorce is a lawsuit that does ...
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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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Waivers - To sign or not to sign? The answer is don't do it!

Many people come in for consultations and say, "this is an uncontested divorce, we agree to everything." My spouse has already filed for divorce, and has now asked me to sign this ...
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The Judge Ruled Against Me in My Family Law Case Now What?

As a Houston, Texas divorce lawyer many times when I am meeting potential new clients is when things have not gone against them in court. Depending on the facts or how soon they have sought my help, I ...
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Getting a divorce in Texas when your spouse is in jail

A divorce is never an easy thing to plan. Aside from the sort of constraints it puts on a family financially, there are children, the stability of the home as well as the parties' own emotional ...
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I have been served with Divorce Papers - What do I do now in Texas?

This article addresses what to do after you have been served with divorce papers in Harris and Montgomery County in Texas. Step 1 – What are the Divorce Documents? At the very least you likely ...
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