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  • Divorces in Texas: What kind of lawyer do I need to hire?
    Divorces in Texas: What kind of lawyer do I need to hire?

    When taking a phone call from a potential client, the topic that arises with a great amount of frequency is whether or not a Houston divorce is something that requires an attorney's assistance. While ...

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  • How to Divorce a Spouse in the Military
    How to Divorce a Spouse in the Military

    At The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, we recently received a phone call from the spouse of an active duty member of our armed services. She, her husband and their children are stationed in Europe ...

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  • Getting a divorce in Texas when your spouse is in jail
    Getting a divorce in Texas when your spouse is in jail

    A divorce is never an easy thing to plan. Aside from the sort of constraints it puts on a family financially, there are children, the stability of the home as well as the parties' own emotional well ...

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  • Texas Divorce - Serving Military Personnel or their Spouse Worldwide
    Texas Divorce - Serving Military Personnel or their Spouse Worldwide

    As a Houston, Texas divorce lawyer I have had the opportunity to help service members through a military divorce and family law cases . One the things that my clients are often concerned about is ...

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  • Keep it to Yourself: Confidentiality in Texas Divorces
    Keep it to Yourself: Confidentiality in Texas Divorces

    The judicial system in the United States allows for open access to most court records and proceedings as a general rule of public policy. If you are considering divorcing your spouse in Texas there ...

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  • How do I change my child's name in Texas?
    How do I change my child's name in Texas?

    There are a number of circumstances in which a parent, guardian or other conservator of a child may want the child's last name to be changed. At minimum, a request to change a child's name must state ...

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