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Will you need child support for your special needs child after age 18?

Today’s blog post from the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan will discuss matters related to child support considerations to take when your child has special needs. Specifically ...
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Parenting a child with special needs: Considerations to take during a family law case

If you are the parent of a child with special needs then you know the challenges and opportunities that are presented to a family in your situation. Whatever the special needs may be, physical or ...
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Important Information Explained Regarding Child Support and Medical Support in Texas, Part Three

Today’s third and final blog post in a series from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan on the subject of child support and medical support will cover attempts to modify child support orders as well as ...
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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 one, your financial well being is probably high atop your ...
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How to get through a divorce with a disabled child in Texas

How to get through a divorce with a disabled child in Texas If you have children and are considering a divorce then you probably feel a bit of unease as to whether or not moving forward with the ...
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Divorce and Special Needs Children in Texas Revisited

Divorces are difficult on all members of the family no matter the circumstances. However, if a child has a disability of some sort this can lead to additional problems that need to be solved by the ...
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Can I get Child Support for my Adult Child in Texas?

Recently I had a consult with a potential client who was inquiring about modifying a child support order. This is a very common occurrence over the course of a child’s life and something we see ...
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Special Needs Children in Texas Child Support Cases

In all family law cases, the court’s primary concern is the best interest of the child. In determining the amount of child support to be paid, the court looks at a variety of factors. However, ...
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Special Needs Children and Divorce in Texas

The stresses associated with raising a special needs child can have a profoundly negative effect on a marriage. These stresses can exacerbate other issues within a marriage and push the parties ...
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