Putting Our Clients First Every Time We believe in helping our clients transition through family law cases, as smoothly as possible.

Blog Posts in June, 2019

All Posts
  • Coming up with possession schedules that work for your family in Texas
    Coming up with possession schedules that work for your family in Texas

    No two families are created equal. As a family law office, the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC understand this to be true in more ways than one. One of those ways is how families ...

    Read More
  • Possession Orders explained for Texas family law cases
    Possession Orders explained for Texas family law cases

    Being a parent and having to go through a family law case is one of the more stressful experiences that you can go through. After having represented so many parents over the years in cases just like ...

    Read More
  • Creating a workable child visitation and possession order in Texas
    Creating a workable child visitation and possession order in Texas

    If you are a parent and are going through either a divorce or child custody case, chance are that you have been thinking about what you would like your child’s life to look like after your case. At ...

    Read More
  • Dividing up present and future military retirement benefits in a Texas divorce
    Dividing up present and future military retirement benefits in a Texas divorce

    It is not only retirement benefits that you are currently eligible for that can be awarded to your spouse in a Texas divorce . Future retirement benefits- ones that you are not even eligible for right ...

    Read More
  • Division of military retirement pay in Texas divorces
    Division of military retirement pay in Texas divorces

    The Federal laws that cover the division of military retirement pay in Texas divorces is known as the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA). It allows Texas family law courts to ...

    Read More
  • What can happen if you hide assets in your Texas divorce?
    What can happen if you hide assets in your Texas divorce?

    Divorces work the best when both parties have access to the same information and can negotiate with each other based on that information. Transparency is typically a good thing, and a divorce setting ...

    Read More