Resources for Single Parents

Transitioning into life as a single parent after divorce can be difficult. We at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan care deeply about supporting our clients through this transition. We have compiled a list of valuable resources all geared specifically towards supporting single parents.


Special Events

Single Moms Workshop

This event was created on the book "Single Mom Takes On The World" by Brittney Inman. It was intended to help single moms navigate through the challenges of single-momhood and will address how to successfully balance working full-time, raising children, and taking care of yourself, too. You'll learn time-management techniques, tips on excelling in your career, and boosting your self-confidence.

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Girls' Night Out

Time and time again, our female clients mention not having a free spot on their schedules to just hang out, enjoy themselves, and temporarily take their mind off their divorce. Even if they do have the time, organizing an event is too much trouble. To help out our clients in such a situation, we have decided to host Girls’ Night Out events.

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  • Divorce 101

    Learn the basics of the divorce process with our comprehensive divorce resource center.

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  • Child Support 101

    Read more about child support with some of our helpful resources.

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  • Custody 101

    Learn more about child custody and how we can help.

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  • Independence Day FREE Divorce Give Away

    Celebrate your independence and enter to win our free divorce give away.

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Law Office of Bryan Fagan
Spring Divorce Attorney
Located at: 3707 Farm to Market 1960 W.,
Suite 400,

Houston, TX 77068
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