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  • Protecting your privacy in a Texas divorce
    Protecting your privacy in a Texas divorce

    In yesterday’s blog post we discussed some basic information related to discovery requests in Texas divorce cases . When your spouse is asking you for information: responses to questions, documents, ...

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  • How to prepare financially for your Texas divorce, Part One
    How to prepare financially for your Texas divorce, Part One

    A divorce case is enough to cause any person to feel a great deal of anxiety. You are considering whether or not to make a decision that will have a profound impact on your children, yourself and your ...

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  • A divorce in Texas: From temporary orders onward
    A divorce in Texas: From temporary orders onward

    In yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC we covered the initial phases of a divorce in Texas and what you can expect within them. Today we will pick up where we left off by ...

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  • The Texas Divorce Process
    The Texas Divorce Process

    What is the Texas divorce process? How do I start my divorce? Get the answers to these and other frequently asked questions about getting divorced in Texas: How can I save my marriage if my spouse ...

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  • Harris County, Texas Family Law Court - 245TH Judicial District Local Rules
    Harris County, Texas Family Law Court - 245TH Judicial District Local Rules

    As a Houston, Texas divorce and family law attorney I have had the opportunity to help service members through divorce and family law cases. In order to do this, it is important to not only be aware ...

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  • What is a summary judgment and how could one affect your Texas family law case?
    What is a summary judgment and how could one affect your Texas family law case?

    A summary judgment allows for a court to dispose of a case where either the Petitioner (the party who filed the lawsuit) either does not have sufficient evidence to win the relief he or she is ...

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