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Post Nuptial Agreements in Texas

In popular culture and perhaps even in this blog-space, pre-nuptial agreements are discussed with much more regularity than are post-nuptial agreements. Pre-nuptial agreements are unsurprisingly ...
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Foreign Marriage Contracts and Divorce in Texas

Humans are as mobile now as we have ever been. Transportation, technology and the desire to see the world and understand one another has led to a rise in immigrants coming to the United States. Many ...
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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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My Fiancé wants me to sign a Texas Prenup. What should I do?

My office gets inquiries from people seeking a prenup or asking for our advice on signing one. Generally, people fall into two categories on the subject either they feel they are absolutely necessary ...
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Should I sign a Texas Premarital or Prenuptial Agreement?

This week I have written blogs on attacking the enforceability of prenuptial Agreements and on postnuptial agreements. As promised in those blogs I am going to discuss whether or not a non-moneyed ...
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Making Postnuptial Agreements Stick in a Texas Divorce

In an earlier blog post I discussed attacking the enforceability of a Prenuptial Agreement. In this blog article I will discuss Postnuptial Agreements and whether the formalities for a postnuptial ...
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Attacking the Enforceability of a Premarital Agreement in a Texas Divorce

As a Houston, Texas Divorce Lawyer I from time to time get questions regarding Premarital or Postnuptial agreements. At the beginning of the year I had several people ask me about whether or not they ...
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Dower Contracts and a Texas Divorce

Some cultures and religions continue to honor the ancient tradition of the dower, and this can become an issue in dividing assets in a Texas divorce. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan has represented ...
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Common Questions about Texas Prenuptial and Marital Agreements

Many couples entering into marriage are concerned about maintaining and protecting their property. At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, we are dedicated to helping engaged and married individuals reach ...
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