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Miscellaneous pieces of advice regarding your Child Protective Services investigation

A general caveat that I apply to many blog posts written on behalf of the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is that the advice that we give and the hypothetical situations we present are ...
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Saying goodbye to your child after a Child Protective Services visitation session

When you are working your way through a Child Protective Services investigation the time that you are afforded with your child is precious. Having a child removed from your house was an ordeal that ...
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Approaching visitation from the perspective of your Child Protective Services case

The most important aspect of your being able to visit with your child during your Child Protective Services ( CPS ) case is that you all will have been separated from one another for what will likely ...
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Visitation with your child during a Child Protective Case in Texas

In all of the confusion, stress, and anxiety that surrounds a Child Protective Services case in Texas, one of your most immediate concerns likely has to do with how quickly you can see your child if ...
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Communicating with Child Protective Services employees during an investigation

You may consider yourself to be a friendly, outgoing person but that does not necessarily mean that you possess the communication skills that are needed to be able to communicate with a CPS case ...
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The Dirty Divorce Trick of The Trial Separation

Although this trick got its own blog in many ways, it is a continuation of a previous blog regarding “ Getting Your Spouse to Leave the Marital Home.” I have seen many spouses use the hope ...
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How to successfully work with Child Protective Services during an investigation

The tough part of being involved in a Child Protective Services ( CPS ) investigation is that the same people who are investigating you for allegedly abusing or neglecting your child are the same ...
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Assisting your lawyer during a Child Protective Services case

When you hire an attorney to represent you in a case involving Child Protective Services ( CPS ) you are placing a lot of trust in that person to competently and effectively represent your interests. ...
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The Dirty Trick of Getting Your Spouse to Leave the Marital Home

This blog is inspired by some cases and consults I have had where a spouse has gone out of their way to get their spouse to leave the marital home. Many of the consults I meet with have a lot of ...
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The Dirty Trick of Fake Emails and Electronic Evidence

There is much discussion these days about “fake news.” It appears that the term is popping up everywhere from talk show hosts, the White House, and TV dramas such as the “The Good ...
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Child Protective Services and their ability to impact your child's life

As a parent, you have the responsibility to raise your child and to provide the basic necessities of life for him or her. Part of this responsibility is to see to it that he or she are protected from ...
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Maintaining a positive outlook during a CPS investigation in Texas

If you find yourself in the middle of a CPS case it is easy to find your spirits low and your optimism levels even lower. The life that you had led previously with your family could be gone forever ...
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The Dirty Trick of the Unenforceable Visitation Order

The unenforceable visitation order combines elements of both the “ amicable divorce trick ” and “ using the children as weapons trick.” The success of this trick is largely a ...
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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Service of Process

It is required under the Texas Family Code that a spouse be notified when a family law case has been opened. This means they must be informed that you the Petitioner have asked the Court to do ...
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The Texas Divorce Process

What is the Texas divorce process? How do I start my divorce? Get the answers to these and other frequently asked questions about getting divorced in Texas: How can I save my marriage if my spouse ...
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Texas Contested Divorce

If you have recently decided to divorce, you may find that you are unable to agree with your spouse on important issues such as child support, alimony, and division of assets/liabilities. This may ...
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Grounds for Divorce in Texas

When you file divorce paperwork in Texas, the key document that you will complete is called the “Original Petition for Divorce.” In it, you will list biographical information about your ...
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Texas Divorce Attorney Explains Starting the TX Divorce Process

Making the decision to start the divorce process can be extremely unsettling. For most people, just contemplating the various life changes that can result from a divorce is overwhelming. In addition ...
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Community Property Law in Texas

When spouses divorce in Texas the laws regarding community property come into effect. For the most part the laws are easy to follow despite what friends and family members who have gone through a ...
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Strategies for Desired Custody in Texas

An experienced lawyer can offer strategies to help you get the custody arrangement you desire. There are no guarantees that the outcome will be precisely what you want, but there are several custody ...
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How Much Will My Texas Child Custody Case Cost?

One of the most popular questions asked in my consults is “how much is my child custody case going to cost me?” It is a reasonable question. However, there is no easy answer. As with other ...
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Valuing a business in a Texas Divorce

If you or your spouse own a business and are now contemplating or beginning a divorce then today’s blog post has been written with your family in mind. It is a challenge to determine the fair ...
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Handling a Child Support case as a non custodial parent: Questions, questions, questions

What happens if you were to lose your job? Do you still have to pay child support? Generations before our own saw people starting work with an employer at a young age. The worker would often time ...
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Handling a child support case as the non custodial parent, Part Five

Receiving a court summons-What should you do? One minute you are minding your own business and the next you have been handed some paper from a person you’ve never met before that instructs you ...
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How to handle child support as the non custodial parent, Part Two

In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, we introduced our topic of child support cases from the noncustodial parent’s perspective. You are the non-custodial parent if ...
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