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Virtual Visitation: What it means and why it matters to Texas families

For families where all of its members do not live under the same roof, technology can greatly enhance the bond between parents and children. Gone are the days where the only ways to get in touch with ...
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The effect of home schooling in child custody cases in Texas

As we begin to enter the last stretch of the school year prior to summer vacation, you may have run into some issue in your child’s school-life that has caused you to reflect upon whether or not ...
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Mistakes to avoid making in your child custody case

If you are considering filing a child custody case in Texas I would like to provide you with some helpful hints on what behavior to avoid during your case. It’s likely that there is a situation ...
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Divorce advice based on the best interest of your children

The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan have previously written in our blogs that your children are going to be impacted more heavily by your divorce than anyone else- including you and your ...
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How to present yourself and testify well in court during your divorce case, Part Two

As you can tell from the title to this blog post, we are going to be continuing our discussion on how to get ready for your day in court. One big point that I communicated in yesterday’s blog ...
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How to present yourself and testify well in court during your divorce case

When we feel apprehensive about something, especially something unpleasant, we tend to look for any excuse to keep us from having to do that certain thing. If you are feeling apprehensive about filing ...
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How do family law attorneys in Texas bill their clients?

If you are facing a family law case in your own life then you probably have a great deal of questions to ask someone advice on. Beyond what the case can mean in the long and short term for your ...
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Tips for your divorce from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan

If you are going through a divorce currently or are contemplating one I can assure you that one thing that you will not be lacking for it advice. Most of that advice will be unsolicited as well. Once ...
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What does an Attorney Ad Litem do in a Texas family law case?

Many of you that went through divorces a few years ago are having to go back to court due to your or your ex-spouse having filed for a modification of some portion of your Final Decree of Divorce. ...
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Dividing real property in a Texas Divorce

If you are getting a divorce you should be prepared for knowing what to expect when it comes to dividing up your marital home. Not only will you and your spouse have to decide if either of you will ...
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Helping your child cope with your divorce

You don’t need to read a blog post to know that your divorce is going to be difficult on your child. Children thrive on stability and consistency in all facets of their lives and when those ...
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Basic Divorce Questions Answered

Whether or not to file for divorce is an intensely personal question that nobody can answer for you. The circumstances and factors that are in place in your life are so unique that other people can ...
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Reasons why Child Support in Texas may not follow the Statutory Guidelines

One size fits all is an approach that not only doesn’t work for blue jeans but also in the world of child support. The Texas Family Code has laid out its proscribed levels of child support that ...
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Annulment Essentials for Texas Residents

One of the least common family law cases that attorneys and courts run into are annulments. Divorces, child custody cases and even adoptions are more prevalent than annulments. Let’s spend ...
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Common Possession and Visitation Schedule Questions

Parents who are preparing to live underneath a possession schedule as a result of their divorce or child custody case will always have questions about how to either structure their schedules or how to ...
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Dividing community property in mediation: What can be done to settle your divorce in Texas

Generally speaking income earned and property/debt acquired during the course of your marriage is considered to be community property for Texas residents. Property and income is presumed to be ...
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Answering Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Divorces: Part Two

In Part One of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan ’s series on Frequently Asked Questions about Texas divorces, we discussed how much your divorce could cost and the factors that contribute to the ...
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The community estate in a Texas Divorce: Where is all of our stuff going?

The part of a divorce that proves to be the most difficult time and time again (other than issues relating to children) is what ultimately happens with your community estate. The community estate that ...
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DNA Testing and its Impact on Paternity Determinations in Texas

A former client of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan had a pretty nasty situation fall upon him that required the help of a family law attorney. This gentleman was minding his own business one day when he ...
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The effect of divorce on children: Helping your family maintain stability

If you are a parent who is going through a divorce then you will find that your case will be quite different from a divorce that does not feature two parents. Parents understand that their actions ...
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How can parental rights be terminated in Texas?

I recently had a gentleman come into the Law Office of Bryan Fagan who had a question surrounding the issue of adoption of his wife’s child from a prior marriage. Apparently the biological ...
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How to budget for a cost friendly divorce in Texas

We have all heard stories of friends and family members who have paid half a year’s salary for a family law attorney. If you are going through the process of figuring out if a divorce is ...
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Post-Divorce Anger Issues: Co-parenting advice in difficult circumstances

There are two parts to an attorney’s official job title. The first is the more well-known portion: “Attorney”, The second, lesser known portion is “Counselor at law”. To ...
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High Conflict Child Custody Cases in Texas

In many divorces, both spouses just want to get out of the marriage without too much bloodshed from either side. Maybe they’ve been divorced before and know the toll that a divorce can take. ...
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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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