What You Need to Know About Family Law
From divorce to adoption, there are many reasons you may need to interact with Texas’ family law courts. Bryan Fagan’s informational eBook can give you a great overview of everything you need to know.
The eBook covers the basics of:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Child protective services (CPS)
No matter what you’re dealing with, our free online resource is a good place to start!
What You Need to Know About Divorce
If you’re thinking about a divorce, read the “Texas Divorce Basics” section of our Family Law eBook. In it, you will learn about:
- The difference between divorce and legal separation in Texas
- The grounds for divorce
- The types of divorce (contested, uncontested, divorce from a covenant marriage, no-fault, etc.)
- How military divorces are different
- Factors you may need to consider
- Self-help resources
After reading our eBook, you should have a better understanding of what you can do by yourself and when you need an attorney’s help!
What You Need to Know About Child Custody
If you’re facing a child custody dispute, read the “Child Custody Basics in Texas” section of our Family Law eBook.
In this section, Attorney Fagan discusses:
- Rights and duties
- Parenting time and visitation
- Child support
- The best interests of the child
- And more
The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC can help you plan for your child’s future!
What You Need to Know About Child Support
In Texas, the parent who spends less time with the child may owe child support. Learn more about child support by reading “The Basics of Child Support” section in our Family Law eBook.
What You Need to Know About Child Protective Services
Child Protective Services (CPS) protects children in Texas from abuse and neglect. If you find yourself at the center of a CPS investigation, call a lawyer right away. For more information, you should also read the “What to Know About Child Protective Services” section of our Family Law eBook.
What You Need to Know About Adoption
The adoption process in Texas can be challenging, but adoption is an incredibly rewarding undertaking for many families. Whether you want to put a child up for adoption or welcome an adopted child into your family, read the “Adoption: Essential Information for Texas Families” chapter of our Family Law eBook.
How To Access the Family Law eBook
It’s simple! Fill out the form at the bottom of this page to access Bryan Fagan’s Family Law eBook for free.
Remember that nothing you read can replace personalized and focused representation from family law attorneys, so if you still have questions or concerns or need legal help, call the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online!