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Blog Posts in March, 2019

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  • What can a CPS investigation into your family mean now and in the future?
    What can a CPS investigation into your family mean now and in the future?

    Some of the most frustrating and sad cases that the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC work on for our clients are those that center around Child Protective Services ( CPS ) ...

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  • Is it possible to appeal the results of a temporary orders hearing in Texas?
    Is it possible to appeal the results of a temporary orders hearing in Texas?

    A temporary orders hearing may not sound like a big deal based on its name alone. After all- “temporary” means not permanent and therefore not important, right? If you can change something later on ...

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  • Heading into a Temporary Orders hearing? Here is some advice on how to succeed
    Heading into a Temporary Orders hearing? Here is some advice on how to succeed

    Despite the fact that the vast majority of family law cases in Texas settle before the parties ever have to reach a contested hearing, there are still some instances where you may find yourself ...

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  • Can you file a motion for new trial in your divorce case after a default judgment was rendered against you?
    Can you file a motion for new trial in your divorce case after a default judgment was rendered against you?

    In the State of Texas, after you have been served formally with a divorce petition as filed by your spouse, you have until 10:00 a.m. on the first Monday that occurs after the expiration of twenty ...

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  • What is a motion for new trial in Texas?
    What is a motion for new trial in Texas?

    If you believe than an error was made by a judge in your child custody or divorce trial you have an opportunity to correct the error(s) by filing a motion for new trial. By filing a motion for new ...

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  • Can you appeal the division of property outcome from your divorce trial?
    Can you appeal the division of property outcome from your divorce trial?

    If your divorce case went all the way to a trial then you know just how much of a commitment it is to see a case from beginning to end. All of the time, money and emotional output that is required in ...

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