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How do family law attorneys in Texas bill their clients?

If you are facing a family law case in your own life then you probably have a great deal of questions to ask someone advice on. Beyond what the case can mean in the long and short term for your ...
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An inexpensive divorce is possible for you and your family

Probably the number one concern for potential clients that I have spoken with in my time as a family law attorney is the cost of what a divorce will actually cost. This is completely understandable. ...
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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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How to achieve a successful divorce from a financial perspective, Part Two

There are so many considerations to make in regard to a divorce that it is easy to lose sight of what you are actually attempting to do when you begin on the journey. Take the dispassionate view that ...
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How to rebuild your financial health after a divorce

A large concern that people have while they are going through a divorce is their credit score. Borrowing money and then repaying that money on time is crucial to maintaining a good credit score and ...
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What to think about prior to filing for divorce in Texas

All marriages go through difficult times. This is an unavoidable consequence of choosing to spend your life with another person. The decisions that you and your spouse make (or fail to make) will have ...
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Reduce stress and costs in a divorce by mediating your case

If you are reading this blog post it is likely that you are either contemplating a divorce or one is already in the works. It is normal to feel nervous, apprehensive and stressed out about the ...
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How to budget for a cost friendly divorce in Texas

We have all heard stories of friends and family members who have paid half a year’s salary for a family law attorney. If you are going through the process of figuring out if a divorce is ...
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Mediation: What is it and how can it benefit my Texas Divorce?

When it comes to a divorce, most people have the idea that filing a case with a court means that you will be going to court to have a judge decide the issues in your case and lay down the law as he or ...
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Divorce in Texas: How to separate from your spouse with your sanity and wallet intact

Every once in a while potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan will walk into our office with questions about a divorce. These folks will begin talking about their situation when they will ...
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Cost Cutting Tips for your Texas Divorce

The popular notion about divorces is that they are very expensive. While this can be true, the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan are here to attempt to dispel this notion at least as it ...
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5 Things to Do to Prepare your Texas Divorce Case for Mediation

It is not uncommon for some of the people who consult with me regarding a divorce to ask why do we need to go to mediation ? Is mediation required to get a Texas divorce ? The answer is no mediation ...
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How Can I Get My Spouse to Pay My Attorney's Fees in a Texas Divorce?

A major concern for just about every potential party to a Texas divorce case is the cost of hiring a Texas divorce lawyer. Attorney's fees are a major cost to consider when contemplating a divorce, on ...
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How Much Will My Texas Divorce Cost?

One of the most popular if not the most popular questions asked in my consults is “how much is my divorce going to cost me?” I have thought about writing a blog article on this topic for a ...
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The Cheap and Easy, Online Divorce Is Usually Anything But...

The internet is a great source for referencing information, learning a new recipe and updating your friends on the latest and greatest coffee shop in town. However- it's been the experience of the ...
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