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  • Can your parental rights be terminated in regard to your mental health?
    Can your parental rights be terminated in regard to your mental health?

    In yesterday's blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we introduced the topic of mental health problems and their impact on divorces in Texas. I wanted to make sure that you were aware that ...

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  • A blog post for those facing mental health problems during a divorce
    A blog post for those facing mental health problems during a divorce

    The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan frequently utilize this space to describe just how difficult a divorce is. You may think that is counterintuitive for a family law attorney. Aren’t we ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Contested and Fault, Divorce
    Frequently Asked Questions About Contested and Fault, Divorce

    Unless you and your spouse have resolved all issues in a divorce, your divorce will more than likely be considered "contested". This doesn't mean that there is going to be a full-on assault to you, ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Divorce Process
    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Divorce Process

    If you are considering filing for divorce, it’s a given that you will have questions about the divorce process such as How do I file for divorce? Read on as we answer some of the of our most ...

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  • Filing for Divorce in Texas
    Filing for Divorce in Texas

    If you are considering filing for divorce, it’s a given that you will have questions: How do I file for divorce? Should I file first, or wait for my spouse to serve papers? Do I need my spouse’s ...

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  • Grounds for Divorce in Texas
    Grounds for Divorce in Texas

    When you file divorce paperwork in Texas, the key document that you will complete is called the “Original Petition for Divorce.” In it, you will list biographical information about your family and ...

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