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Summertime Divorce in Texas

The heat in Texas definitely has an effect on how we behave? Don’t believe me? Consider how the summertime, specifically the second half of summer, is a peak time during the year for divorces. ...
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Overview of the steps in a Texas Divorce

Waking up one morning and filing for divorce from your spouse without first understanding the process and steps involved is probably not a great idea. This is true even if you’ve hired an ...
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Obtaining a divorce from a spouse in prison

Normally if you want to get a divorce in Texas you follow the procedures in filing and obtaining a divorce that everybody else does. Sure, your divorce will have components and circumstances that make ...
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What are the limitations of a premarital agreement in Texas?

A premarital agreement is a contract between you and your spouse that is signed off on before the two of you tie the knot. The most common reason why you may want to sign a prenuptial agreement before ...
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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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Divorce advice based on the best interest of your children

The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan have previously written in our blogs that your children are going to be impacted more heavily by your divorce than anyone else- including you and your ...
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How to present yourself and testify well in court during your divorce case, Part Two

As you can tell from the title to this blog post, we are going to be continuing our discussion on how to get ready for your day in court. One big point that I communicated in yesterday’s blog ...
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Valentine's Day, Divorce and the relationship between the two

There is no more romantic day of the year than Valentine’s Day. Whether we like it or not February 14 th has become synonymous with love, affection, greeting cards and chocolates. If you are ...
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What happens when you are served with Divorce papers in Texas?

Whether it comes as a surprise to you or not, receiving divorce papers from a process server or law enforcement officer can be one of the more unnerving experiences of your life. The process begins ...
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Tips for your divorce from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan

If you are going through a divorce currently or are contemplating one I can assure you that one thing that you will not be lacking for it advice. Most of that advice will be unsolicited as well. Once ...
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Reasons why Child Support in Texas may not follow the Statutory Guidelines

One size fits all is an approach that not only doesn’t work for blue jeans but also in the world of child support. The Texas Family Code has laid out its proscribed levels of child support that ...
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Annulment Essentials for Texas Residents

One of the least common family law cases that attorneys and courts run into are annulments. Divorces, child custody cases and even adoptions are more prevalent than annulments. Let’s spend ...
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Common Possession and Visitation Schedule Questions

Parents who are preparing to live underneath a possession schedule as a result of their divorce or child custody case will always have questions about how to either structure their schedules or how to ...
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Answering Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Divorces: Part Two

In Part One of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan ’s series on Frequently Asked Questions about Texas divorces, we discussed how much your divorce could cost and the factors that contribute to the ...
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Answering Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Divorces

One of the benefits of working as an attorney at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is that I have the opportunity to frequently meet with potential clients in consultations. We offer people like you that ...
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Texas Emergency Custody Order Guide

My recommendation is that if you need to file for an emergency custody order is that you will need a family law attorney. However, if that is not an option for you and you must represent yourself at a ...
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Mistakes to Avoid at the Outset of your Texas Divorce, Part Two

In part one of this series of blog posts from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, I discussed some tips to help avoid making common mistakes at the beginning of your divorce case. I would certainly advise ...
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Mistakes to Avoid at the Outset of your Texas Divorce

It only takes one of you or your spouse to file for divorce. No matter if you filed or your spouse did- a divorce is staring you in the face and it is time to begin the process of ending your ...
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Can you be forced to get a job after your divorce?

If you are going through a divorce, or are merely contemplating one, you should prepare yourself for changes on the horizon. Your quality of life will change- either for the better or for the worse- ...
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How to negotiate a divorce settlement with taxes in mind

When the chips are down and you are in the middle of an intense mediation session attempting to negotiate final orders it is likely that there will be a moment where you think to yourself- “I ...
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Taxes and Divorce: How to avoid mistakes when filing during a divorce

I sat and thought for a few minutes prior to writing this blog post on what title to use. After careful deliberation I determined that there is no way to make the subjects of divorce and taxes any ...
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How to determine when an amicable divorce is not possible

Making the best of a bad situation is a saying that we have all heard in our lives hundreds of times. It is a nice thought- when you’re facing something undesirable why not take any steps you ...
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10 Most Popular Texas Divorce Blogs of 2017?

Maybe you have recently started to think about divorce. Or, maybe you are in the middle of your divorce, but you have been so busy that you missed some of our blog posts that could help you a lot! Or ...
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Divorce in Texas: Don't believe everything you hear

Every one of us has a friend, co worker, or family member who has been through a divorce. It has become commonplace for marriages to drift towards divorce for a variety of reasons in our country. ...
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Who decides how your community property is split during a Texas divorce?

If you and your spouse were to take all the community property that you own and put it towards the center of an imaginary (and huge) table during your divorce, the next question that would need to be ...
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