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  • Will Child Support Change During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
    Will Child Support Change During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

    Life is changed a great deal for all of us since the beginning of his pandemic. Everything from how we educate our children, go to work, go to church, and even go to the grocery store have all been ...

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  • Can’t pay your Texas child support because of coronavirus?
    Can’t pay your Texas child support because of coronavirus?

    One of the many impacts of the coronavirus this past year has been a government LED shutdown of the economy. Originally, the idea for the shutdown as I'm sure we all remember was to flatten the curve ...

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  • Can COVID-19 Affect Child Custody in Texas?
    Can COVID-19 Affect Child Custody in Texas?

    The question of whether or the COVID -19 pandemic is one that is important to many families in southeast Texas. If you have recently gone through a family law case, or were in the middle of one when ...

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  • COVID-19 and its Impact on child support and alimony in Texas
    COVID-19 and its Impact on child support and alimony in Texas

    Many of the blog posts that we have been writing the past few days have dealt with the intersection of family law and COVID-19 . By now we are all familiar with the pandemic that has seemingly ...

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  • Child support for special needs children in Texas
    Child support for special needs children in Texas

    For the most part, a parent can only be ordered to pay child support for a limited amount of time. Usually, the extent of those limits begins at the time that a court order is instituted by a judge ...

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  • Can a Texas family court reduce an above guidelines child support obligation in an out-of-state Order?
    Can a Texas family court reduce an above guidelines child support obligation in an out-of-state Order?

    One of the cool parts of being a family law attorney with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan is that there is never a dull moment. There are always unique people with unique circumstances who walk through ...

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