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Blog Posts in April, 2020

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  • Focus on potential mistakes to avoid a bad divorce in Texas
    Focus on potential mistakes to avoid a bad divorce in Texas

    Divorces are tough. There are so many aspects of a divorce case that you would have difficulty controlling even half of all the circumstances that are in play. However, you will still have control ...

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  • Sheltering-in-Place and Intimate Partner Violence: Seeking Help During an Emergency
    Sheltering-in-Place and Intimate Partner Violence: Seeking Help During an Emergency

    There are sometimes unintended consequences that are associated with the decisions that we make. This is true in our personal lives. If you decide to go to a restaurant for lunch that has a long wait ...

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  • Avoid mistakes and find success in your Texas divorce
    Avoid mistakes and find success in your Texas divorce

    What can you do to give yourself a leg up in your divorce case? Are there any simple actions that you can take to benefit yourself and your family? What if I told you that the answer to these ...

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  • What to focus on during a divorce in Texas
    What to focus on during a divorce in Texas

    In yesterday's blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we introduced a topic that I hope will be helpful to just about all of you. That is, I wanted to share some basic tips to improve your ...

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  • Roadmap your way through a successful Texas divorce
    Roadmap your way through a successful Texas divorce

    Sometimes when we go through difficult times in our lives, we get the idea that there is nobody else out there who understands what we are going through. It is in this isolation that we withdraw from ...

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  • Parental alienation: What it is and how it could affect your Texas family law case
    Parental alienation: What it is and how it could affect your Texas family law case

    Are you going through a difficult circumstance with your family right now? Does it look like you are going to get a divorce or will need to go back to court for a child custody related matter? If so, ...

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