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Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law: An Overview

If you have ever been involved in family law case in Texas it is likely that you either settled your case or ended your case in a trial before a judge. The result of either of those situations is that ...
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What is a summary judgment and how could one affect your Texas family law case?

A summary judgment allows for a court to dispose of a case where either the Petitioner (the party who filed the lawsuit) either does not have sufficient evidence to win the relief he or she is ...
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How to present yourself and testify well in court during your divorce case

When we feel apprehensive about something, especially something unpleasant, we tend to look for any excuse to keep us from having to do that certain thing. If you are feeling apprehensive about filing ...
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In Court Testimony: Advice for your Trial or Temporary Orders Hearing, Part Two

In part one of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan ’s series of blog posts on in court testimony we discussed the importance of always telling the truth on the witness stand as well as how ...
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In Court Testimony: How what you say can make a difference in how the judge views your case

The days prior to a temporary orders hearing or trial can be extremely tense. For one thing, it’s likely that you’ve never been inside of a courtroom before and your unfamiliarity will ...
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Spousal Maintenance: What it is and what that can mean to your Texas divorce

Spousal maintenance represents money that is paid from one spouse to the other to help support him or her after a divorce. These payments are temporary though in most cases unless otherwise agreed to. ...
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Discovery: A tedious but important part of your Texas divorce

When a new client with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is discussing with me their case one subject that we will get into is what evidence does our client have to support any allegation that he or she ...
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Mediation: A time and money saver for your Texas Divorce

From the time that I began practicing family law most clients and potential clients that I have had the opportunity to work with have had the belief that a judge will decide their divorce case. It ...
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Where do you file a divorce in Texas and what are the steps after filing?

A divorce is like many things that we want to achieve in our lives. We know where we currently are and we know what the goal is. The part we are often unsure of is how to actually get there. When you ...
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The Importance of an Inventory and Appraisement in a Texas Divorce

One of the ways that people can be divided up is based on whether or not they are “big picture” or “details” people. Big picture people tend to focus more heavily on the ...
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Texas Child Visitation Enforcement

One of the biggest reasons people seek out our help in a divorce or custody case is there are children involved. One scenario that we hear frequently is that a parent will go to pick up the children ...
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What Happens if my Ex-Spouse Refuses to Sign the Final Decree of Divorce Revisited

A Texas divorce case will typically lead both sides to assume the worst of their soon to be ex-partner. I wish there was another way to state this but the truth of the matter is that for most married ...
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What are the Steps of a Contested Texas Divorce, and How can I Prepare for Them?

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 ...
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The Push to end the No Fault Divorce in Texas

In a recent blog post, the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan discussed with you what a No Fault divorce is in Texas as opposed to a Divorce based on “Fault” grounds. To sum it ...
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