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Financial Decisions that surround family law cases

A divorce can have a dramatic impact on your life. This may feel like the understatement of the century if you are going through a divorce right now, but for those who are in the contemplation stage a ...
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Post-divorce financial independence

Divorce is one of those steps in life that you may go through and will never stop to think about what life is actually going to be like after the divorce. So much time and energy goes into getting ...
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Financial Advice during a Divorce

I’m sure that you’ve heard the statistic that half of the marriages in the United States today end in divorce. If you pop that statistic into Google you’ll find that there are ...
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Texas Family Law Courts: Temporary Orders in a Divorce case

Once your divorce has been filed and notice of the divorce has been served upon your spouse he or she will need to file an Answer to your Divorce Petition. This Answer is due approximately twenty days ...
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Preparing for a Temporary Orders Hearing in Texas, Part One

It happens on a somewhat frequent basis that potential new clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan will walk into our office for a consultation only a day or two before a Temporary Orders hearing has ...
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Getting Ready for Divorce in 2017 in Texas: Part One of a Two Part Series

Whenever a potential new client walks into the Law Office of Bryan Fagan for a free of charge consultation the person will usually approach their family law situation in a straightforward manner. It ...
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How to Prepare for a Meeting with a Divorce Attorney

When you’ve reached the point where a decision is made regarding whether or not to move forward with a divorce the first thing you may want to do is go and speak to an attorney. Some attorneys, ...
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7 Important Ways to Financially Prepare for Your Texas Divorce

I am often asked by clients and potential clients about things that can be done to get ready for a divorce. I have written various articles on this topic before and I will put links to those articles ...
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You've filed your Divorce... now what? The "Discovery Process" and why it's important

Once your divorce is filed, the opposing party has been served and in some cases a temporary order in place, it's time for some "discovery" . Discovery is a tool your attorney can use to ...
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