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  • What happens if your spouse doesn’t pay a credit card bill after your Texas divorce?
    What happens if your spouse doesn’t pay a credit card bill after your Texas divorce?

    Part of why a divorce is so difficult is because you are relying upon your spouse (and eventually your ex-spouse) to both cooperate with you and also abide by the terms of your divorce decree . ...

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  • How is credit card debt handled in a Texas divorce?
    How is credit card debt handled in a Texas divorce?

    Sharing a credit card with your spouse is something that many married people do. However, the debt that can be accumulated on a card often finds itself at the center of a divorce case. If you are ...

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  • Under the radar ways that divorce can impact your credit, Part Two
    Under the radar ways that divorce can impact your credit, Part Two

    In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC , we introduced the topic of how divorce can have long-ranging impacts on your credit . If you have not already done so I recommend ...

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  • Under the radar ways that divorce can impact your credit
    Under the radar ways that divorce can impact your credit

    In the world we live in today credit has become an integral part of our lives. If you want to rent an apartment, obtain a business loan, buy a house, put an addition on your existing home or do much ...

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  • What degree of impact will divorce have on your credit score?
    What degree of impact will divorce have on your credit score?

    If you search for online articles about divorce and finances you could spend the rest of your life reading through the results and still wouldn’t have enough time to read them all. Besides children, ...

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  • Taking control of your credit after a divorce
    Taking control of your credit after a divorce

    There have been very few instances that I have seen spouses handle finances on an equal basis during my time as a family law attorney. There is usually one spouse who takes the lead on doing any ...

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