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  • What are the Signs That You Should Get a Divorce?
    What are the Signs That You Should Get a Divorce?

    Texas is a “no-fault” state which means no one party must be at fault for a divorce to happen. There are many ways a party can be found “at-fault” for a divorce if they can be proving the other ...

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  • Do you need to pull equity out of your family home? Find out how by reading this blog post
    Do you need to pull equity out of your family home? Find out how by reading this blog post

    It goes without saying that selling a house is the easiest way to get the equity that you own out of the home in order to divide between yourself and your spouse. However, in the event that you or ...

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  • Conducting yourself well inside and outside the courtroom is essential to having a successful divorce
    Conducting yourself well inside and outside the courtroom is essential to having a successful divorce

    In yesterday's blog post from the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we introduced the topic of how to speak and act inside the courthouse . It is not a sure thing that you will be ...

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  • Avoid mistakes in your Texas divorce by following these pieces of advice
    Avoid mistakes in your Texas divorce by following these pieces of advice

    It is tempting to tell bold action in order to change the course of events. I think we can all say that at one point in our lives or another we have done something that we wish we would not have. ...

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  • What will your child’s school do if you and your ex-spouse disagree about an educational decision?
    What will your child’s school do if you and your ex-spouse disagree about an educational decision?

    After your divorce , you and your ex-spouse will likely share (to one extent or another) the decision-making responsibilities associated with your child going to school. Sometimes that could mean a ...

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  • Verbal and emotional abuse: Mistakes to avoid in a Texas divorce
    Verbal and emotional abuse: Mistakes to avoid in a Texas divorce

    If you begin down the road towards divorce it is easy to encounter roadblocks. Many of these barriers are ones that are completely out of your control and must still be dealt with. In some areas, ...

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