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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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  • Trends in Texas custody law
    Trends in Texas custody law

    Many people going through divorces , especially fathers, tend to hold beliefs that are not quite accurate in regard to child custody laws in Texas- in the past and in the present day. Today’s blog ...

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  • What is sufficient notice in a child custody case involving ICWA?
    What is sufficient notice in a child custody case involving ICWA?

    In a typical child custody hearing in Texas, only the parties to the case (as well as the Attorney General for child support purposes) needs to be given notice of a hearing. However, if there is a ...

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  • The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined
    The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined

    Because of the special circumstances surrounding Native American children, the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) was created in 1978. The Act requires child welfare organizations across the nation, ...

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  • Child custody and Islamic law
    Child custody and Islamic law

    If you are a parent going through a divorce then you know that a large component of your case has related to your child and what sort of custody provisions will be included in your Final Decree of ...

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  • What you need to know about how your Parental Rights can be Terminated
    What you need to know about how your Parental Rights can be Terminated

    Simply put, terminating your parental rights occurs when your rights to your child are taken away. This means that you are no longer your child’s parent and have no duty to support him or her and have ...

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