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  • How many marriages end in divorce?
    How many marriages end in divorce?

    We’ve all heard the statistic floating around our culture that 50% of marriage in the United States end in divorce . In our microwave culture we shouldn’t be surprised that when we see this headline ...

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  • Are Divorce Rates and Custody Issues Linked to COVID-19?
    Are Divorce Rates and Custody Issues Linked to COVID-19?

    One of the questions that the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan have been receiving quite a bit lately is whether or not there has been A noticeable relationship between the pandemic and ...

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  • Divorce during coronavirus: Will splits soar after pandemic quarantines end?
    Divorce during coronavirus: Will splits soar after pandemic quarantines end?

    It stands to reason that tough times create tough circumstances for families. Given that the coronavirus pandemic in the various shutdowns, quarantines and closings associated with the pandemic have ...

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  • Valentine's Day, Divorce and the relationship between the two
    Valentine's Day, Divorce and the relationship between the two

    There is no more romantic day of the year than Valentine’s Day. Whether we like it or not February 14 th has become synonymous with love, affection, greeting cards and chocolates. If you are married, ...

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  • Texas Divorce in 7 Steps: The Initial Consultation
    Texas Divorce in 7 Steps: The Initial Consultation

    This is where it all begins…the start of a new chapter in your new life. Very few people dream or plan for a divorce as they walk down the aisle to get married. Yet at one time the U.S. Department of ...

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  • 5 Incredibly Useful Texas Divorce Statistics - Divorce Rates Decline
    5 Incredibly Useful Texas Divorce Statistics - Divorce Rates Decline

    A quote you often hear is the 50% of marriages end in divorce. According to U.S. National Center for Health Statistics the divorce rate in the United States peaked between the late 1970’s and early ...

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