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Blog Posts in March, 2018

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  • What to do When Your Child Does Not Want to Visit the Other Parent
    What to do When Your Child Does Not Want to Visit the Other Parent

    You spent a long time in mediation negotiating and getting your custody order worked out so that both you and your ex were satisfied with it. Or maybe you fought a long custody battle that ended in a ...

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  • What are the limitations of a premarital agreement in Texas?
    What are the limitations of a premarital agreement in Texas?

    A premarital agreement is a contract between you and your spouse that is signed off on before the two of you tie the knot. The most common reason why you may want to sign a prenuptial agreement before ...

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  • The effect of substance abuse on child custody determinations
    The effect of substance abuse on child custody determinations

    Unfortunately, there are family law cases that involve one parent making allegations of substance abuse against the other parent. In some scenarios these allegations are just that- allegations- and no ...

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  • Texas Family Courts: Child Protective Services, Part Two
    Texas Family Courts: Child Protective Services, Part Two

    In the Law Office of Bryan Fagan ’s final installment covering Texas Family Law courts we will discuss Child Protective Services ( CPS ) and how a court case involving this agency will proceed if you ...

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  • Texas Family Courts: Child Protective Services
    Texas Family Courts: Child Protective Services

    People going through difficult situations in their personal lives are often frantic. This is understandable. When something isn’t right with a family member, especially a child, your brain can go into ...

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  • What to expect during your initial consultation
    What to expect during your initial consultation

    What happens during an initial consultation? When you first meet with an attorney in our office, we will obtain a history and facts about you, your spouse, and your family. The divorce attorney will ...

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