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  • Do you want your child to live with you primarily? Read this blog to find out more
    Do you want your child to live with you primarily? Read this blog to find out more

    One of the most frequent questions that I receive when I am meeting with potential clients of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is whether or not that parent has a realistic opportunity to be named as the ...

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  • Foster Care, Child Protective Services and your Texas family
    Foster Care, Child Protective Services and your Texas family

    What does it mean for Child Protective Services ( CPS ) to become involved with your family? It’s probably become pretty obvious to you that CPS is not contacting you for something good. It’s likely ...

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  • Emergency and Temporary Orders in divorce cases involving family violence
    Emergency and Temporary Orders in divorce cases involving family violence

    Probably the most frantic people that I come into contact with as a family law attorney are spouses that are needing to not only file for divorce but are victims of violent actions at the hands of ...

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  • Managing a Texas Family Law Case, Part Three
    Managing a Texas Family Law Case, Part Three

    Your rights in a Child Protective Services (CPS) case It can feel like that you have no rights whatsoever, and that CPS can do whatever they would like to you if you become involved with them. After ...

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  • What to know about Child Protective Services, Part Two
    What to know about Child Protective Services, Part Two

    In part one of the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC ’s series on Child Protective Services , we discussed the basic framework of a CPS investigation and how the Agency defines child abuse . Today we ...

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  • What does an Attorney Ad Litem do in a Texas family law case?
    What does an Attorney Ad Litem do in a Texas family law case?

    Many of you that went through divorces a few years ago are having to go back to court due to your or your ex-spouse having filed for a modification of some portion of your Final Decree of Divorce. ...

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