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Frequently Asked Questions About Contested and Fault, Divorce

Unless you and your spouse have resolved all issues in a divorce, your divorce will more than likely be considered "contested". This doesn't mean that there is going to be a full-on assault ...
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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Divorce Process

If you are considering filing for divorce, it’s a given that you will have questions about the divorce process such as How do I file for divorce? Read on as we answer some of the of our most ...
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Filing for Divorce in Texas

If you are considering filing for divorce, it’s a given that you will have questions: How do I file for divorce? Should I file first, or wait for my spouse to serve papers? Do I need my ...
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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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Frequently Asked Questions About Uncontested and No-Fault Divorce

The following are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Uncontested and No-Fault Divorce in Texas. The answers are general and designed to help you better understand how Texas ...
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No Fault Divorce in Texas

It used to be the case where if you wanted to divorce your spouse you had to specify the reason why. Maybe she was abusive against you. It could be that he used your name to sign up for some loans and ...
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The Dirty Trick of Spousal Spying in a Texas Divorce

Our office has had to deal with cases where one party suspects their spouse, rightly or wrongly, of having an affair. They have seen signs: staying out late at night, giving vague information about ...
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An Explanation of the Grounds for Divorce in Texas

When a person walks into the Law Office of Bryan Fagan and seeks a consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss a divorce, the person will invariably get into the grievances that they have ...
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What does Insupportability or No-Fault in a Texas Divorce Mean?

Potential clients who come to see us who have been served with divorce paperwork often ask us “what is “insupportabilty?” Insupportability Under the Texas Family Code The Texas ...
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Texas Divorce Details

In Texas in its simplest form a divorce terminates a marriage giving a married couple the legal right to marry another person. What many people do not know is that a divorce is a lawsuit that does ...
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