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Conservatorship in a Texas Divorce

A common first question for an attorney with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan to ask a potential client in a consultation is what they would like to see happen in a best-case scenario. A common response ...
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Parenting a Young Child after Divorce in Texas

When most people contemplate life with children after a divorce their thoughts may go toward considering how to explain the changes to their child. Divorce doesn’t just mean adjusting to a new ...
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Confidentiality Laws in a Texas Divorce

Most civil cases in Texas are open records, meaning that the filings made into the case by either party or the Court itself are viewable by the public. While this may seem invasive at first, the ...
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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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Will a Texas Court enforce a Mediated Settlement Agreement when one party is a registered sex offender?

For most people, whether they are going through a divorce or child custody case in Texas, a mediated settlement agreement is the golden ticket to finalizing their case. By choosing the work out an ...
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Do I need Temporary Orders in my Texas Divorce?

When a person files for divorce it means that there will be fewer certainties for the family in a number of areas. For starters, if the married couple have children under the age of 18 their needs ...
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Child Custody Geographic Restrictions in Texas

When parties enter into either a divorce, child custody proceeding or modification of a prior court order the Court which has jurisdiction over the case will weigh whether or not to place a geographic ...
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International travel with children after a Texas Divorce

There are many issues in a divorce that are concerns for parents as soon as the paperwork is filed with a Court. Such as: How much time will I be able to get with my children? How much child support ...
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How are Student Loans divided in a Texas Divorce?

A student loan is a type of debt- one that many folks have in the State of Texas. Debts as well as property are divided up in a divorce based upon whether they are community debts or separate debts of ...
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How Technology Can Impact a Divorce in Texas

Divorce, when you get right down to it, can be a pretty routine process. If a couple has property of any sort- a house, a car, bank accounts- those items get divided up between the parties either by ...
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Prenuptial Agreements in Texas

Agreements that marrying persons enter into before the marriage actually begins are enforceable by law under the Texas Family Code. The requirements of a prenuptial agreement must be met, but so long ...
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Why are Retirement Funds Important in a Texas Divorce?

When parties enter into divorce proceedings in Texas it is not only the children, the house and their bank accounts that are issue- it’s also their retirement accounts. The Houston divorce ...
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Can my Texas Driver's License Be Suspended for Not paying Child Support?

Chapter 232 of the Texas Family Code has the answer to the question of whether a person can have their Driver’s License suspended for failure to pay child support. In short, yes, your ...
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Are Dads at a Disadvantage when trying to win 50/50 custody in a Texas Divorce?

Family Courts in Texas have a reputation as being “pro-Mom” in that most people believe (rightly or wrongly) that if their divorce or child custody case proceeds to go in front of a judge, ...
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How Does Summertime Visitation Work for Divorced Parents in Texas?

Across southeast Texas, schools are getting closer to completing the Spring Semester and with that three months of vacation time is quickly for students. While just about all parents are concerned ...
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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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The Effect of Divorcing a United States Citizen While a Non-U.S. Citizen

When considering whether or not a person can file for divorced in Texas, there are two items which are required to do so. They are: The State of Texas mandates that at least one party to the divorce ...
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How long after the divorce does my ex-spouse have to remove items from my house?

Your Texas divorce has been finalized, all the parties have signed the Final Decree of Divorce as well as the Judge. That decree awards you the marital home and certain pieces of property within it. ...
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Can I move to another city before filing for divorce?

When spouses are going through difficult and trying times at home, it is often the instinct of at least one of the spouses to pack up their belongings and leave the marital residence. Whether it is to ...
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Texas Divorce and Virtual Parenting or Electronic Access to Children

Something that most people and the courts can agree upon is that it is important to spend time with your children. This sentiment can be found in Section 153.001 of the Texas Family Code which ...
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Texas Divorce and Airline Employee Child Custody Possession Order?

Certain professions such being an airline employee have unique custody situations. As discussed in a previous blog regarding firefighters the readers of our blog will know that in Texas there is a ...
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Texas Divorce and Firefighter Child Custody Possession Order?

Our office has had the privilege of representing several firefighters through family law matters include divorce and child custody cases. Certain professions such being a firefighter have unique ...
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The Dirty Trick of Embarrassing your Spouse During a Texas Divorce

Today’s blog topic is inspired by some cases and consults I have had where a spouse has gone out of their way to try and embarrass their spouse. This is done for a variety of reasons: Anger To ...
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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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My Wife is Taking Half My Paycheck in Child Support. What can I do?

It is not unusual for parents I meet with for consults to have questions regarding child support. Often, the parent paying thinks he is paying too much and the parent receiving feels they are not ...
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