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  • Nonmarital Children’s Paternity and Death of Alleged Father
    Nonmarital Children’s Paternity and Death of Alleged Father

    Recently I have had more than one person ask me about establishing paternity and doing a name change after a father has passed away. There is an automatic presumption of paternity for children who are ...

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  • Changing your name after a Texas Divorce
    Changing your name after a Texas Divorce

    If you are seeking to change your legal name after the conclusion of your divorce then you are in luck. Today’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan will focus on that topic. Seeing as how you ...

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  • Can I Add My Dad's Name to My Birth Certificate If He is Dead?
    Can I Add My Dad's Name to My Birth Certificate If He is Dead?

    I get questions frequently from clients and potential clients regarding a wide range of subjects. I hear a lot of interesting things, but normally the questions do not cause me to do any mental ...

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  • How do I change my child's name in Texas?
    How do I change my child's name in Texas?

    There are a number of circumstances in which a parent, guardian or other conservator of a child may want the child's last name to be changed. At minimum, a request to change a child's name must state ...

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  • What rights does a father have in Texas?
    What rights does a father have in Texas?

    A common question asked by Fathers who come to our office for a consultation is a variation on, "I have a friend/cousin/co-worker who told me that fathers can't get a fair outcome from a judge in a ...

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  • Adding a Deceased Father to a Child's Birth Certificate
    Adding a Deceased Father to a Child's Birth Certificate

    A scenario that a potential client recently presented to our office involved a mother wanting to add the father of her child to his birth certificate. The complicating factor was that the father is ...

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