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Blog Posts in May, 2020

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  • COVID-19's impact on filings & modifications in Texas family courts
    COVID-19's impact on filings & modifications in Texas family courts

    The COVID -19 pandemic has been one that has turned our lives upside down. I can’t imagine that there is a person in our state, country or world whose life has not been impacted by this virus in some ...

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  • Here is how you write a great post-nuptial agreement in Texas
    Here is how you write a great post-nuptial agreement in Texas

    Like any other legal document, there are certain requirements that must in place for a postnuptial agreement to be effective. The Texas Family Code defines many of those requirements. In addition, ...

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  • Child Custody and Visitation During Covid-19 - Avoiding Contempt and Parental Alienation
    Child Custody and Visitation During Covid-19 - Avoiding Contempt and Parental Alienation

    There is a dynamic that exists in most every child custody case that is filed in Texas or any other state for that matter. The dynamic is this: one parent identifies a problem and then sets out to ...

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  • What are some signs that your spouse may be defrauding you?
    What are some signs that your spouse may be defrauding you?

    Fraud is a very real concern for many people going through a divorce in Texas. Fraud typically refers to when a spouse hides or secrets assets from you or otherwise does things against your interests ...

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  • What should Texas parents be doing during the COVID-19 pandemic?
    What should Texas parents be doing during the COVID-19 pandemic?

    If you are a regular reader of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan ’s blog , then you probably are familiar with the type of blogs that we produce. Typically, we will write about a very specific area of ...

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  • What is financial fraud and how can it impact your Texas divorce?
    What is financial fraud and how can it impact your Texas divorce?

    Do you and your spouse speak to one another on a regular basis about your finances? I don’t mean disagreements about how money is spent or complaints about less and less income coming into the house. ...

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