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Blog Posts in September, 2019

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  • Questions on child support in Texas? Here are your answers
    Questions on child support in Texas? Here are your answers

    In my years as a family law attorney in Texas, there are few subjects that draw people's ire quite like child support. Seemingly no matter what kind of situation you or your spouse are in financially, ...

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  • Keeping your house after a Texas divorce
    Keeping your house after a Texas divorce

    Of all the assets that you and your spouse own, it is likely that your home is the most important. For most of us, it is the single biggest investment we will ever make and will stand as our most ...

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  • Relocating from Texas after your divorce: How, Why and is it worth it?
    Relocating from Texas after your divorce: How, Why and is it worth it?

    In yesterday's blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we spent some time discussing the ins and outs of conservatorship . For the most part, parents are awarded joint managing conservatorships ...

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  • Child Custody and Relocation: Can you move outside Texas?
    Child Custody and Relocation: Can you move outside Texas?

    Once you and your spouse have gotten a divorce you will likely want to move on to the “next phase” of your life as quickly as possible. No matter how well your divorce went it is an experience that ...

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  • What happens if you and your spouse mix community and separate property?
    What happens if you and your spouse mix community and separate property?

    At the tail end of yesterday's blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we introduced the concept of tracing as it pertains to determining whether the property is either going to be classified ...

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  • Property law, marriage, and divorce in Texas
    Property law, marriage, and divorce in Texas

    When it comes to property related issues for Texas spouses, the most important and basic fact that you need to be aware of is that Texas is a community property state. This is what we are going to ...

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