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  • Who pays who in a divorce?
    Who pays who in a divorce?

    This is a classic question that family law attorneys, like those with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , receive with great frequency. The situation usually goes something like this. You are upset that ...

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  • How Long Will My Divorce Take?
    How Long Will My Divorce Take?

    Most people are already stressed out about the thought of having to go through a divorce. Hiring attorneys, learning to live life without a spouse, and making sure the children are alright. Due to ...

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  • What do you need to include on a pre-divorce checklist in Texas?
    What do you need to include on a pre-divorce checklist in Texas?

    Have you started thinking about a divorce from your spouse? What sort of plan(s) do you have in mind as far as collecting information and figuring out what you want to see happen in regard to your ...

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  • Getting Divorced During the Coronavirus Outbreak? 3 Things to Know
    Getting Divorced During the Coronavirus Outbreak? 3 Things to Know

    Making the decision to move forward with a divorce can be the most challenging position that you will ever find yourself in. Ending a relationship that has marked an extended period in your life and ...

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  • Do you know what can be divided in a Texas divorce?
    Do you know what can be divided in a Texas divorce?

    What you don’t know can hurt you. If you are going through a divorce in Texas there is a lot of information that you need to be aware of. Yes, if you hire an attorney it is their responsibility to ...

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  • Wondering what to do with your house in a divorce? Why not wait to make a decision?
    Wondering what to do with your house in a divorce? Why not wait to make a decision?

    Depending on the circumstances of your case it may be advantageous for you and your spouse to not do anything at the moment your divorce is finalized. This generally goes against a piece of advice ...

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