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  • What is Mediation and How Can it Help Me?
    What is Mediation and How Can it Help Me?

    Before turning to a court to litigate legal issues people will attempt to use an alternative dispute resolution, which just means they will try to resolve their disputes outside of court. There are ...

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  • Trying to make it as a single parent after your divorce? Read this blog post to learn how
    Trying to make it as a single parent after your divorce? Read this blog post to learn how

    If you are getting a divorce and have a child, by definition, you will be a single parent for at least a period of time. In fact, the fastest you can re-marry after your divorce is thirty days. For ...

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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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  • Mediation in a Texas family law case
    Mediation in a Texas family law case

    The image that I believe most people have of a family law case is two lawyers in a courtroom yelling at one another in a back and forth manner. The judge feverishly is banging their gavel on the bench ...

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  • Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case
    Mediation and its impact on your Texas Child Custody Case

    It has become a trend in recent years for courts in southeast Texas to mandate that parties must attend at least one session of mediation (and likely more) before they ever are able to have their case ...

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