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  • Co-parenting tips for the summer and holidays
    Co-parenting tips for the summer and holidays

    As we inch closer to the end of another school year, parents across the State of Texas are bracing for the return home of their children. Not that the kids have been away from home for nine months, ...

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  • Parenting your children through a divorce: A family law attorney's guide
    Parenting your children through a divorce: A family law attorney's guide

    A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. This well known phrase has probably been uttered to you a time or two during your life to help you to conceptualize that your first step ...

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  • Co-parenting tools to utilize after a divorce in Texas
    Co-parenting tools to utilize after a divorce in Texas

    Have your child travel with a notebook to write down thoughts and updates In our last blog post I went through all of the different technological advances that can be utilized in order to benefit your ...

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  • Email essentials for effective communication with your ex-spouse
    Email essentials for effective communication with your ex-spouse

    So you open up the blog for the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC and you see that today’s post is about…email? You may be wondering what the person writing this blog, someone who attended four years of ...

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  • Methods of communication for divorced parents
    Methods of communication for divorced parents

    Whether you and your ex-spouse are on great terms and have coffee once a week or you can’t stand the sight of him or her, there are methods for you both to communicate with one another that can ...

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  • Tips for being able to communicate with your ex-spouse on parenting issues
    Tips for being able to communicate with your ex-spouse on parenting issues

    Even if you and your ex-spouse want nothing to do with one another on a personal level, you will still need to be able to co-exist and parent your child together in a manner that is suitable to you ...

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