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  • What goes into a social study evaluator's report
    What goes into a social study evaluator's report

    A social study can be a pretty invasive process. You are asked to speak to a stranger about your strengths and weaknesses as a parent. You are asked to turn over a list of references of people in your ...

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  • Answering common child custody questions for Texas parents
    Answering common child custody questions for Texas parents

    Answering common child custody questions for Texas parents In recent months I have had a handful of people come into the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC with questions about how set in stone their ...

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  • Maximizing your consultation with a family law attorney
    Maximizing your consultation with a family law attorney

    Are you considering filing for divorce or attempting to modify a prior order from a judge? Has your spouse or ex-spouse filed a similar case against you and you need to learn how to respond? These are ...

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  • Child Custody terminology in Texas
    Child Custody terminology in Texas

    A child custody case can be difficult enough as it is before even considering learning the language of the family law courts. Every field has their own special “lingo” that you have to learn to be ...

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  • Ways to save money on your child custody case in Texas, Part Two
    Ways to save money on your child custody case in Texas, Part Two

    In our last blog post, we began to discuss the topic of the costs of a child custody case. Specifically, we went over concerns you may be having in advance of a child custody case as well as how a ...

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  • Ways to save money on your child custody case in Texas
    Ways to save money on your child custody case in Texas

    Having gone through a divorce it is possible that you promised yourself that you would never put your family, or yourself, through that process ever again unless absolutely necessary. The stress of ...

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