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  • Sharing an attorney in a Texas divorce- Is it possible?
    Sharing an attorney in a Texas divorce- Is it possible?

    In some instances, spouses will come into our law office to discuss the possibility of our office representing both of them in an upcoming divorce . They have already hatched a plan to settle all of ...

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  • Divorce is done? Do these things next to complete the process
    Divorce is done? Do these things next to complete the process

    Just when you think you’re done, you get pulled right back in. If you thought something along those lines as you read the title of today’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC I can’t ...

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  • More mistakes to avoid in your Texas divorce
    More mistakes to avoid in your Texas divorce

    We all want to avoid mistakes in life. Hindsight is 20/20 as the old saying goes and it wouldn’t hurt to be able to have some perspective on your divorce before you actually head into the case. Better ...

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  • Representing yourself in your divorce? Be sure to consider these popular divorce myths
    Representing yourself in your divorce? Be sure to consider these popular divorce myths

    Yesterday we introduced a topic that is an important one in my opinion, namely, popular myths that if believed could harm you during your divorce. Specifically, I noted that myths and untruths ...

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  • Thinking about trying to get a divorce in Texas without an attorney? Read this blog first
    Thinking about trying to get a divorce in Texas without an attorney? Read this blog first

    The only thing more prevalent in Texas than family law attorneys are myths about family law cases, specifically divorces. Everybody knows someone who is divorced nowadays. Each of them have an opinion ...

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  • The relationship between your attorney and your spouse's attorney and its potential impact on your Texas divorce
    The relationship between your attorney and your spouse's attorney and its potential impact on your Texas divorce

    People, like yourself, who are going through a divorce have a lot of questions typically. What is going to happen to your relationship with your children? Are you going to have to pay spousal ...

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