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  • Will alimony be tax deductible in 2019 and beyond?
    Will alimony be tax deductible in 2019 and beyond?

    This is a question that many people had been asking the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan . Namely, whether or not alimony payments would be tax deductible in 2019 and beyond. The Tax Cuts ...

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  • Does length of marriage affect divorce settlement?
    Does length of marriage affect divorce settlement?

    How long you are married to your spouse can impact your divorce in multiple ways. Primarily, the length of your marriage tends to play more of a role in relation to the property division within your ...

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  • How can spousal maintenance be terminated or modified in Texas?
    How can spousal maintenance be terminated or modified in Texas?

    If you are a person who is obligated to pay your ex-spouse a certain amount of spousal maintenance for a certain amount of years, today’s blog post may be of interest to you. The reason being is that ...

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  • Temporary Spousal Support, Alimony and Contractual Maintenance in Texas divorce cases
    Temporary Spousal Support, Alimony and Contractual Maintenance in Texas divorce cases

    For many years, Texas was the only state in the United States that did not allow courts to order one spouse to pay the other spouse money for their support. However, as of about 25 years ago that came ...

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  • Spousal maintenance: What you need to know in a Texas divorce
    Spousal maintenance: What you need to know in a Texas divorce

    Are you about to start a divorce but have no clue about spousal maintenance ? Have you talked to family members who live in other states about divorce subjects like alimony? What these folks may have ...

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  • Enforcing an award of spousal maintenance in a Texas family law case
    Enforcing an award of spousal maintenance in a Texas family law case

    Spousal maintenance , also known as alimony, is treated similarly to child support in Texas. If you are ordered to pay spousal maintenance to your spouse after your divorce is finalized and you do not ...

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