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Texas Child Support Basics

In order to determine your potential responsibility for child support it’s necessary to first figure out how child support is actually calculated. The state of Texas calculates current child ...
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Spousal Maintenance in a Texas Divorce: Truths and Untruths

Spousal Maintenance in a Texas Divorce: Truths and Untruths If you are contemplating a divorce or are being forced to contemplate a divorce because your spouse has already taken the liberty of filing ...
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Spousal Maintenance for a Disabled Spouse in Texas

If you have a disability it is understandable that a lot of your life is spent thinking about and planning for the future. It’s probably fair to say that you also spent a lot more time thinking ...
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Spousal Maintenance in Texas: Maximum payable amounts and length of commitments to pay

The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan are concluding their three part series on spousal maintenance by writing about the limits of support payments and some advice on proceeding in a ...
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Spousal Maintenance in a Texas Divorce: Court Ordered Maintenance

Spousal maintenance, commonly referred to as spousal support, is an important topic of which many potential new clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan frequently ask questions about. With that in ...
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Spousal Maintenance in a Texas Divorce: Should I be worried?

I think we all have a family member, friend of neighbor who has told us horror stories about their divorce. By God, they went through a divorce that would make a lesser man or woman beg for mercy and ...
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Divorce in Texas: How to separate from your spouse with your sanity and wallet intact

Every once in a while potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan will walk into our office with questions about a divorce. These folks will begin talking about their situation when they will ...
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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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Spousal Support Availability in a Texas Divorce

Spousal Support in a Texas Divorce case can be awarded to a party for the duration of the divorce. The support in tended to be temporary in duration so that the spouse who lacks the wherewithal to ...
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Know How to Determine Whether Alimony will be Owed and for How Long, When Preparing for Your Texas Divorce

Unless you and your spouse have resolved all issues in a divorce, your divorce will more than likely be considered "contested". If your divorce case is contested and goes to a court 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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10 Most Popular Texas Divorce Blogs of 2016?

Good divorce advice is like an umbrella when it rains. You need it when you need it. When you do not need it, you will hardly notice it. For this reasons you may have missed some of my most popular ...
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What am I or My Spouse Entitled to During a Texas Divorce?

Any person who is entering into the divorce process has questions regarding their rights and how they can best be enforced. The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan are experienced in ...
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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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Divorces in Texas: What kind of lawyer do I need to hire?

When taking a phone call from a potential client, the topic that arises with a great amount of frequency is whether or not a Houston divorce is something that requires an attorney's assistance. ...
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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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One at a Time, please; Bigamy and the Law in Texas

That an adult is only able to be married to one person at a time may at first appear to be a straightforward concept. However, on a recent occasion a person walked into our office and told us of a ...
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Temporary Orders and Temporary Restraining Orders in Texas

Temporary Restraining Orders Sometimes filed with the Original Petition for Divorce or at times after is a request that the court issue a mutual temporary restraining order (TRO) without a hearing to ...
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Alimony or Spousal Support and a Disabled Spouse in Harris and Montgomery Counties in Texas

This article addresses questions regarding divorce cases in spring, Texas and Harris and Montgomery Counties in Texas involving alimony or spousal support when there is spouse that is disabled. ...
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Uncontested Divorce Attorney in Spring, Texas

Uncontested Divorce in Texas Divorce in many people’s minds involves yelling, fighting, name calling, crying, and long drawn out courtroom battles. This does not have to be the case. Uncontested ...
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Spousal Support, Spousal Maintenance, and Alimony in Spring and Houston Texas and when is it available?

This article addresses Spousal Support, Spousal Maintenance, and Alimony in Texas and when it is available. A good place to begin in discussing this topic is what is the difference between Spousal ...
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