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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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Child custody for children under three in Texas

If you’re a father with a baby at home and are going through a divorce it’s likely that you have questions regarding how much time you’re going to be able to have with your child ...
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The United States Supreme Court Answers a Question about Military Retirement Benefits

In May 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled upon an issue that has to do with how military retirement is decided in a military divorce. The case is called Howell v. Howell and in its ...
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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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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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Military Support Without a Court Order During a Divorce in Texas

In prior articles, we have discussed alimony, spousal support and child support. We have also discussed “spousal starving” when one spouse cuts off financial access to the other spouse. In ...
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How to Divorce a Spouse in the Military

At The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, we recently received a phone call from the spouse of an active duty member of our armed services. She, her husband and their children are stationed in Europe ...
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Texas Divorce - Serving Military Personnel or their Spouse Worldwide

As a Houston, Texas divorce lawyer I have had the opportunity to help service members through a military divorce and family law cases. One the things that my clients are often concerned about is ...
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Texas Statute Aids Military Personnel and Their Spouses in Filing for Divorce

When a person either serves in the military or is married to a person serving in the military, moving from place to place is a fairly common occurrence. If either spouse is from Texas and would like ...
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