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Blog Posts in November, 2018

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  • Visitation essentials for your final order
    Visitation essentials for your final order

    After going through the ups and downs of a child custody or divorce case the last thing you want to have to deal with are final orders that either does not accurately reflect what was agreed upon in ...

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  • An Overview of Visitation in Texas family law cases
    An Overview of Visitation in Texas family law cases

    Negotiating the terms of a settlement related to visitation of your child after a child custody or divorce case can be the most important part of your case. It is not only what is agreed to that is ...

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  • How using marijuana can have an effect on a child custody case in Texas
    How using marijuana can have an effect on a child custody case in Texas

    Child custody decisions hinge on a determination of what is in the best interest of your child. If you are a known user of marijuana your use of the drug will be viewed in terms of how often you ...

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  • What to expect in a Texas Divorce
    What to expect in a Texas Divorce

    This week the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC have been sharing our thoughts on the subject of divorce with you all. Specifically we have tried to provide you with an overview of ...

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  • What steps should a family law attorney take to help you navigate your case?
    What steps should a family law attorney take to help you navigate your case?

    I have heard from more than one person who has met with me for a free of charge consultation that they were nervous to come in and talk to a lawyer. The reason for this, I think, is that our culture ...

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  • Combating misinformation and untruths about divorce in Texas
    Combating misinformation and untruths about divorce in Texas

    As a family law attorney I run into people, clients and non-clients alike, who hold views on divorce and child custody cases that are sometimes so off from what the reality of the situation is that I ...

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