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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 Three

In an effort to address many of the frequently asked questions that people just like you have asked me in divorce consultations, the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is producing blog posts that are intended ...
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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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What property goes to which spouse in a Texas Divorce?

Whether you’re a little kid on Christmas morning or a grown person going through a divorce, the big question is when it’s all said and done what are you going to end up with. Under the ...
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Issues in Community Property Law in Texas

Many potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan come into one of our free of charge consultations to ask one of our attorneys a question or two regarding community property. If you are ...
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15 Myths About Divorce in Texas

When I meet with potential new clients many of them come to me with preconceived ideas on how property is divided in a Texas Divorce. There are many myths floating around on how property is divided ...
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Dividing Property in a Texas Divorce - The Just and Right Division

Before a couple can get a divorce in Texas, one thing that must be resolved is the division of their property and debts. There are multiple steps that must occur during such a division including: The ...
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His, Hers and Ours - Texas Divorce

Community Property in Texas is created at the time of marriage. At the time of marriage three independent estates are created. These estates include the husband’s estate, the wife’s ...
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Does it Matter Whose Name is on Title or Deed of Property in a Divorce in Texas?

This article addresses what importance if any of property being titled or deeded in the name of one spouse in Harris and Montgomery County in Texas in a divorce and the importance of community ...
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