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Blog Posts in January, 2018

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  • In Court Testimony: Advice for your Trial or Temporary Orders Hearing, Part Two
    In Court Testimony: Advice for your Trial or Temporary Orders Hearing, Part Two

    In part one of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan ’s series of blog posts on in court testimony we discussed the importance of always telling the truth on the witness stand as well as how understanding the ...

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  • In Court Testimony: How what you say can make a difference in how the judge views your case
    In Court Testimony: How what you say can make a difference in how the judge views your case

    The days prior to a temporary orders hearing or trial can be extremely tense. For one thing, it’s likely that you’ve never been inside of a courtroom before and your unfamiliarity will likely cause ...

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  • Dividing community property in mediation: What can be done to settle your divorce in Texas
    Dividing community property in mediation: What can be done to settle your divorce in Texas

    Generally speaking income earned and property/debt acquired during the course of your marriage is considered to be community property for Texas residents. Property and income is presumed to be ...

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  • Answering Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Divorces: Part Three
    Answering Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Divorces: Part Three

    In an effort to address many of the frequently asked questions that people just like you have asked me in divorce consultations, the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is producing blog posts that are intended ...

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  • Answering Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Divorces: Part Two
    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 cost of ...

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  • Is Overtime Pay or Bonus Pay Considered for Texas Child Support?
    Is Overtime Pay or Bonus Pay Considered for Texas Child Support?

    Some of the most frequent question I get are in regard to child support such as: How much? Will I have to pay child support for over time? Can I quit my job or reduce my income to avoid paying higher ...

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