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  • Spousal maintenance in a divorce with a disabled child
    Spousal maintenance in a divorce with a disabled child

    If you and your spouse have been married for at least ten years prior to your divorce then you are eligible to receive spousal maintenance after your divorce. Sometimes called “alimony” or “spousal ...

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  • Divorce with a disabled child in Texas
    Divorce with a disabled child in Texas

    From my experiences working for the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC , I have come to realize and appreciate that marriages can end even after both spouses have put in a lot of effort to maintain the ...

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  • Things you didn't know about divorce in Texas
    Things you didn't know about divorce in Texas

    Have you ever misunderstood something but never bothered to ask for a clarification? Or have you ever been told something by a friend or relative that you knew in your heart wasn’t right but didn’t ...

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  • Final thoughts on Bankruptcy and a transition into discussing the sale of your home in a divorce
    Final thoughts on Bankruptcy and a transition into discussing the sale of your home in a divorce

    When a bankruptcy is initiated after a divorce has already concluded a bankruptcy court will review the divorce decree and that may be all that they review from your divorce. The key points for the ...

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  • First comes divorce and then comes bankruptcy: What to expect when one follows the other
    First comes divorce and then comes bankruptcy: What to expect when one follows the other

    If you have not already done so, I would recommend that you go back to yesterday’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC and read our thoughts on bankruptcy and its potential impact on ...

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  • Bankruptcy and Divorce
    Bankruptcy and Divorce

    Filing for Bankruptcy is a decision that you should make only after balancing it against all of the other circumstances and issues related to your divorce. Bankruptcy is a federal matter and is not ...

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