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  • What to do when you don’t want to get divorced, but your spouse does
    What to do when you don’t want to get divorced, but your spouse does

    We all know that there are some parts of life that are unpleasant. These are things that we can anticipate happening even if we don’t know exactly when they will occur. Events like the passing away of ...

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  • Getting Divorced During The Coronavirus Outbreak? 3 Things To Know in Texas
    Getting Divorced During The Coronavirus Outbreak? 3 Things To Know in Texas

    Texas has declared a state of emergency over coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential impact in the state. If you are considering a divorce, or have a divorce case currently progressing through the ...

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  • Focus on potential mistakes to avoid a bad divorce in Texas
    Focus on potential mistakes to avoid a bad divorce in Texas

    Divorces are tough. There are so many aspects of a divorce case that you would have difficulty controlling even half of all the circumstances that are in play. However, you will still have control ...

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  • What to focus on during a divorce in Texas
    What to focus on during a divorce in Texas

    In yesterday's blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan , we introduced a topic that I hope will be helpful to just about all of you. That is, I wanted to share some basic tips to improve your ...

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  • Does it matter Who Files First in a Divorce?
    Does it matter Who Files First in a Divorce?

    Many people are under the impression that filing first in a divorce will put you at an advantage over your spouse. This is generally not true but there are some reasons a person should consider when ...

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  • Can a Divorce be Denied?
    Can a Divorce be Denied?

    In states that require one party to be “at-fault” for the divorce, you must prove some grounds for divorce such as adultery or abandonment. However, Texas is a “no-fault” state meaning that either ...

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